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[PDF] Provincial Court of Justice of Sucumbios [Appeals court decision in Chevron case, English translation]

Author: Provincial Court of Justice of Sucumbios [Ecuador], Published on: 3 January 2012

In the appeal submitted on February 17, 2011, Pablo Fajardo, Attorney-at-law, in his capacity as Legal Representative of the essential parties to this legal action, the plaintiffs, appealed the partial judgment issued on February 14, 2011 by the lower court, limiting its appeal to the aspects listed below: A) The economic losses that the plaintiffs claim to have suffered; B) Damages to ancestral lands of the native indigenous peoples of the area; and, C) Damages from oil spills on the roadways attributable to Texaco, as well as damage to other structures and lands. These are the plaintiffs’ main points of disagreement.

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