When a court awards damages for loss of value from a neighbor's intentional trespass, the court can subtract the value of the property after the trespass from the value of the trespass prior to the trespass. Plaintiffs Maria and Vasco Ferraz planted a row of pine trees on their property.
Ferraz v. Hunt
November 26, 2012
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