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" In Drake v. Railway Co., 63 Iowa, 310, crops were destroyed by overflow caused by an embankment, and the measure was held to be the difference between the market value of the land immediately before and after the injury. This rule was approved in Sullens... "
Reports of Cases Decided in the Appellate Courts of the State of Illinois - Sivu 589
tekijä(t) Illinois. Appellate Court, Edwin Burritt Smith, Martin L. Newell - 1898
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Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Nebraska, Nide 17

Nebraska. Supreme Court, David Allen Campbell, Guy Ashton Brown, Lorenzo Crounse, Walter Alber Leese, Lee Herdmen, Henry Clay Lindsay, Henry Paxon Stoddart - 1885
...raising the dam above eight feet at any time within ten years before bringing the action, and also the difference in "the market value of the land immediately before and immediately after the raising of the height of said dam." In this form it was calculated to mislead...

The Southwestern Reporter, Nide 160

1914
...was erroneous. It is true the measure of damages for the Injury or destruction of trees on land Is the difference in the market value of the land immediately before and immediately after the destruction of the trees. St L., IM & S. Ky. Co. v. Ayres, 67 Ark. 371. 55 SW...

The Southwestern Reporter, Nide 239

1922
...burned and wire damaged by the fire. Plaintiff sets out the intrinsic value of the grass and alleges the difference in the market value of the land immediately before and immediately after the fire. Defendant answered, alleging that its engines were properly constructed...

Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Determined by the Supreme ..., Nide 86

Iowa. Supreme Court - 1892
...cattle were so herded, and what it would have been had the cattle not been herded thereon; and also the difference in the market value of the land immediately before and after the cattle had been thus herded ; to the extent that such difference in values was due to the injury done...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 42

1896
...or what the fruit produced annually would be worth. This is mere speculation, fanciful and not real. Where the injury is to the real estate Itself, the...market value of the land in the neighborhood of the laud injured, and it was error for the court to permit a witness, over the objection of the defendant...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 42

1896
...or what the fruit produced annually would be worth. This is mere speculation, fanciful and not reaL Where the injury Is to the real estate itself, the...and have some knowledge of the market value of the laud In the neighborhood of the land injured, and it was error for th& court to permit a witness, over...

The Pacific Reporter, Nide 42

1896
...operation of its road is an injury to the real estate itself, and the true measure of damages for injury is the difference in the market value of the land immediately before and after the injury. 5. It waa error in the court to instruct the jury that the owner of property damaged by fire could...

Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Determined by the Supreme ..., Nide 107

Iowa. Supreme Court - 1899
...destroyed by overflow caused by an embankment, and the measure was held to be the difference between the market value of the land immediately before and after the injury. This rule was approved in Sullens v. Railway Co., 74 Iowa, 660, and applied, where growing trees were...

American Negligence Reports, Current Series: (cited Am. Neg. Rep ..., Nide 5

John Milton Gardner, Walter James Eagle - 1899
...destroyed by overflow caused by an embankment, and the measure was held to be the d1fference between the market value of the land immediately before and after the injury. This rule was approved in Sullens v. Railway Co., 74 Iowa, 660, 38 NW Rep. 545, and appl1ed, where...

The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Nide 70

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1900
...destroyed by overflow caused by an embankment, and the measure was held to be the difference betwe'en the market value of the land immediately before and after the injury. This rule was approved in Sullens v. Chicago etc. By. Co., 74 Iowa, 660, 7 Am. St. Hep. 501, and applied...




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