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The convention that, among other things, regulates claims on nations on the sea, such as Territorial Limits and Exclusive Economic Zones. For a seastead to actually have sovereignty, it would have to be outside not just Territorial Waters, but outside the Exclusive Economic Zone. See Articles 56 and 60 on pages 43 and 45.

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