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21 Notre Dame L. (1945-1946)


In Quinones v. Life and Casualty Insurance Co. of Tennessee the Supreme Court of Louisiana recognized the rapid wartime development of the Army-Navy Air Transport Service to a position equalling, if not surpassing commercial airlines. With all of the qualifications of the aviation clauses satisfied there is no reason why the insurance company should not be liable for the principal sum stipulated in the policy.


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