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Re: car damaged at parking lot


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Posted by tripleb on May 02, 2002 at 18:04:45:

In Reply to: Re: car damaged at parking lot posted by Sure-Net.com on May 02, 2002 at 07:50:02:

Thnks for the response. No, I didn't notify the landlord about the danger, but can I argue about negligence by the following two points?

1.There was a big storm last week, the apartment management kind of mentioned that they inspected the suroundings of the property and didn't see anything. But I am sure the tree was weakened by the storm because I have noticed it had leaned forward and branches had reached lower after the storm. 2. Everybody could see that there weren't much of roots at the end of the tree now that it is kind of out of the ground. Couple years ago, the landlord put up the parking lot fence closely behind the tree and built a concret curb imedietely in front of the tree. The construction must have cut off the roots of the tree.
Please advise

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