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lagan Quick reference
a term in maritime law for goods which are cast overboard from a sinking ship with a buoy attached so that they may be recovered later. It is a term that was also sometimes used to refer to articles still within a sunken ship as it lies on the bottom. The word comes from the Old French ...
lagan n. Reference library
archaic (in legal contexts) goods or wreckage lying on the bed of the sea.