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Daily Court Reporter - News 5th District rules neighbor failed to prove negligence, affirms case's dismissal

 

5th District rules neighbor failed to prove negligence, affirms case's dismissal

JESSICA SHAMBAUGH, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

A 5th District Court of Appeals panel recently ruled that a woman failed to show that her neighbors' trees, rather than her own, caused damage to her home.

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Date Published: November 9, 2012

 

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