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March 18, 1987

The Raiders must pay the City of Oakland rent for a practice field the team continued to use after moving to Los Angeles in 1982, a state appeals court ruled in San Francisco.

The appeals court upheld a lower-court ruling requiring the team to pay $2,500 a month as a reasonable charge for use of the field between September, 1982, when the team moved, and April, 1984, when the case was tried.

The Raiders had paid $1 a year for the use of the field under terms of its Oakland Coliseum lease.

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