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Portland, Port of v. Water Quality Ins. Syndicate

ELR Citation: ELR 20960
Nos. Nos. 80-780-RE, 81-94-RE, 549 F. Supp. 233/(D. Or., 10/07/1982)

The court rules that the port of Portland can recover from its two its two insurers the costs of cleaning up an oil slick caused when a port-owned dredge sank at its moorings. First, the court holds that damage to water resources is "property damage" as defined in St....

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