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What is BILGED

In admiralty law and marine insurance. That state or condition of a vessel in which water is freely admitted through holes and breaches made in the planks of the bottom, occasioned by injuries, whether the ship’s timbers are broken or not. 1’eele v. Insurance Co., 3 Mason, 27, 39, 19 Fed. Cas. 103.

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