Nuisance pollination can cause a row.
In recent posts, we?ve discussed cases where a neighbor to a cannabis grow sued the grower for nuisance, claiming that growing cannabis interfered with the neighbor?s use of their land. See
here, here, here, here, here, and here. These lawsuits relied on the non-cannabis landowner?s claims that the federally illegal cannabis business caused harm because of odor, disruptive activity, and diminution of property values.
As of last week, we have another variation on the nuisance theme. On August 31, 2018, Jack Hempicine LLC ("Hempicine"), a Polk County hemp grower, sued fellow hemp farmers for nuisance and other torts. Unlike the previous cases, this case cla...
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