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This page deals with trespass by livestock, overhanging cranes and trespassing pipes beneath the surface of the land. Livestock Bryant v Macklin [2005] EWCA Civ 762 Where cattle belonging to a neighbour had eaten the Claimants trees they did not have to make do with 25,000 damages representing diminution in value of his property awarded by the trial judge. They were entitled to the reasonable cost of replacing the trees with young trees, which would cost 44,500, because that was…

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