As a federal judge considers whether to limit New York City’s liability for civil damages in the Staten Island Ferry crash that killed 11 people, attorneys for claimants and the city are arguing over whether the judge’s findings will be final.

The dispute stems from the city’s attempt to limit its liability to $14 million — the value of the ferry after the crash — based on a maritime law from 1851.

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