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Maine Uniform Rental, Inc. v. Nova Star , 16-2467

Affirming the district court's judgment limiting the in rem maritime lien claim of a Maine linen company that supplied linens for a cruise line that ended with a pile of unpaid invoices because such maritime liens can only apply to 'necessaries' and linens ceased to be necessary at the termination of the underlying agreement and inventory remaining in the linen company's warehouse was not 'delivered' in a manner as to create a maritime lien for its replacement cost.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
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  • Decided
  • Published 2017/11/07




  • United States First Circuit


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