Originally Posted by Group9
And, then they would go and do it anyway, and then come to us wanting us to represent them when they were sued for doing what we told them they couldn't do.
I suspect, though, in the instance of Beaufort, the precedent is that mooring fields are established along our waterways and have been for some time. Not just in Florida but in the New England/Northeast. Are there examples to the contrary, that is to say, removal of mooring fields?