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Mann v Sauliner (1959), 19 DLR (2d) 130 (NB CA)


Snow and frost caused the top of D's fence to encroach onto P's land several inches.


This was neither trespass (because the injury was indirectly caused), nor a nuisance (because no special damages were proven).

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