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Salvage rights on a lake


Old 02-14-2008, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by fund razor View Post
I was wondering if the "new owner" would assume environmental liability from the abandoning owner.

I wouldn't want the karma.

It would be different if the hull/drive was in a yard somewhere. Something about a wreck still being submerged turns me off. Like it's a space that should be left alone.

Maybe if the guy wants the engine too.... he should be allowed to do this and then we can track all the troubles he has for years and years.

Absolutely FUND , seems a bit creepy to me & aalot of trouble for a lil mit of $$$$$$$$$$$$ unless they find some jewry or Gold teeth while there down there.. dont think anyone is racin to beat them to it .
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Old 02-14-2008, 06:02 PM
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Also, if an insurance company has paid out, they could try to claim it.
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