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Canada Southern's Kotaneelee Lawsuit Remains Adjourned

CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Canada Southern Petroleum Ltd. (Nasdaq: CSPLF; Toronto/Boston/Pacific Stock Exchanges: CSW) said the trial of its lawsuit against Amoco Canada and several other companies will remain adjourned until January 6, 1997.

As previously reported, trial had been halted pending the court's resolution of a conflict-of-interest dispute involving Amoco Canada's law firm.

A Canada Southern spokesman said the court held a hearing on the matter on Nov. 20-21; and that judgment was reserved until the first of the year.

Canada Southern's lawsuit seeks damages from Amoco Canada and the other current working-interest partners in the Yukon Territory's Kotaneelee gas field, in which the company has a 30% carried interest.

SOURCE Canada Southern Petroleum Ltd.
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/CONTACT: James R. Joyce for Canada Southern Petroleum Ltd., 203-245-7664/


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