United States v. Florida,
420 U.S. 531 (1975)

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United States v. Florida, 420 U.S. 531 (1975)

United States v. Florida

No. 52, Orig.

Argued February 25, 1975

Decided March 17, 1975

420 U.S. 531


In this case, in which a decree is sought defining the seaward boundary of the submerged lands of the Continental Shelf in the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico in which Florida has rights to natural resources, Florida's exceptions to the recommendations of the Special Master are overruled, but the exceptions of the United States raise contentions not previously presented to the Special Master, and are therefore referred to him for further proceedings.

Page 420 U. S. 532

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