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Laird v. Nelms

Citation: 2 ELR 20363
No. No. 71-573, 406 U.S. 797/(U.S., 06/07/1972)

Damages resulting from sonic booms generated by military aircraft are not recoverable from the federal government on the theory of strict liability for ultrahazardous activity even though the law of the situs state renders a person who creates a sonic boom absolutely liable for resulting damages....

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