Texas v. New Mexico
494 U.S. 111 (1990)

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Texas v. New Mexico, 494 U.S. 111 (1990)

Texas v. New Mexico

No. 65, Orig.

Stipulated judgment entered February 26, 1990

494 U.S. 111

ON BILL OF COMPLAINT

Based upon the recommendation of the Special Master, the Joint Motion for Entry of Stipulated Judgment (Joint Motion) is granted, and the Court hereby enters judgment as follows:

STIPULATED JUDGMENT

1. On or before March 1, 1990, New Mexico shall pay Texas $14 million, to be disbursed by Texas in accordance with Exhibit B to the Joint Motion which is herein reproduced, by either delivering a check or draft in that amount made payable to the State of Texas or transferring that amount to the State of Texas by electronic wire transfer.

2. Texas releases New Mexico from all claims for equitable or legal relief, other than the relief embodied in the March 28, 1988, Amended Decree and actions thereunder, arising out of New Mexico's breaches of the Pecos River Compact for the years 1952 through 1986, plus all claims for attorney's fees and other costs incurred prior to August 10, 1989.

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