Friday, October 10, 2014

Herrin v. Sutherland case brief summary

Herrin v. Sutherland case brief summary

F: D was standing on the lands of another, discharged a shotgun at bird in flight over P’s premises.
I: In circumstances where someone fires shotgun over the other’s land, is this interfering with the quiet, undisturbed, peaceful enjoyment of the landowner to constitute trespass?
R: It is trespass to pass over the land of another even if there has been no touching of the soil

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