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EMINENT DOMAIN: Alice Krengel, 823 Allen, WSP
Both verily believe Alice is charged with repealed Statutes as We directly believe that Alice has never intentionally interfered with the use and enjoyment of the plaintiffs land" or her Neighbors Propertys, surrounded by Martys Bar, Gallaghers and 40 Acres Liquor Store. FishLakeNuisance
Further we allege that the Mayor of West St. Paul John Zanmiller also ViceChair WaterA06-1150f/_26of St. Paul Water Board also apparant corrections officeralso defendant ? has with malice intent approved the WST.PaulLic
kicking out Alice's Disabled Tenants to create bizzare examples.
Finding of Nuisance: codified MS561.01(199561. Nuisance, Trespass, Waste; Damages8)
Minnesota Statutes 2006
Chapter 561. Nuisance, Trespass, Waste; Damages
Copyright © 2006 by the Office of Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota.
|561.02||Maliciously maintained structure.|
|561.04||Trespass; treble damages.|
|561.051||Liability for acts of wild animals.|
|561.07||Animals may be impounded.|
|561.08||Owner of property may distrain.|
|561.09||Owner of animals liable for trespass.|
|561.10||Trespass after execution or foreclosure sale.|
|561.17||Action for waste.|
|561.18||Waste pending year for redemption; injunction.|
|561.19||Nuisance liability of agricultural operations.|
Anything which is injurious to health, or indecent or offensive to the senses, or an obstruction
to the free use of property, so as to interfere with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property, is
a nuisance. An action may be brought by any person whose property is injuriously affected or
whose personal enjoyment is lessened by the nuisance, and by the judgment the nuisance may be
enjoined or abated, as well as damages recovered.
History: (9580) RL s 4446
Any fence, or any other structure, maliciously erected or maintained for the purpose of
annoying the owners or occupants of adjoining property shall be deemed a private nuisance.
History: (9581) 1907 c 387 s 1
Any such owner or occupant injured, either in comfort or in the enjoyment of an estate by
such fence, or any other structure, may have an action of tort for the damage sustained thereby
and may have such nuisance abated.
History: (9582) 1907 c 387 s 2; 1986 c 444
Whoever without lawful authority cuts down or carries off any wood, underwood, tree, or
timber, or girdles or otherwise injures any tree, timber, or shrub, on the land of another person, or
in the street or highway in front of any person's house, city lot, or cultivated grounds, or on the
commons or public grounds of any city or town, or in the street or highway in front thereof, is
liable in a civil action to the owner of such land, or to such city or town, for treble the amount
of damages which may be assessed therefor, unless upon the trial it appears that the trespass
was casual or involuntary, or that the defendant had probable cause to believe that the land on
which the trespass was committed was the defendant's, or that of the person in whose service
or by whose direction the act was done, in which case judgment shall be given for only the
single damages assessed. This section shall not authorize the recovery of more than the just
value of timber taken from uncultivated woodland for the repair of a public highway or bridge
upon or adjoining the land.
History: (9585) RL s 4449; 1973 c 123 art 5 s 7; 1986 c 444
An owner of land shall not be liable in trespass, nuisance, or otherwise for the actions of
wild animals in their natural state.
History: 1982 c 462 s 10
Any person may, and every sheriff and police officer shall, distrain and impound any cattle,
horses, mules, sheep, swine, or any domestic fowls running at large or trespassing upon the lands
of another or upon any public property in this state, and when so impounded such proceedings
shall be had relative to the animals and fowls so impounded as are or shall be provided by the
general laws of this state relating to the impounding of animals.
History: (1388) 1921 c 319 s 3; 1967 c 516 s 1; 2005 c 10 art 2 s 4
The owner or occupant of lands in any city may distrain any of such animals or fowls
doing damage on such lands, and thereupon such proceedings as to these animals or fowls and
the disposition thereof and the damage done thereby as are or shall be provided by the general
laws of this state relating to the distraining by the owner or occupant of lands, of any beast
doing damage thereon, the disposition of the beast distrained, and the appraisal of the damages,
and the collection thereof.
History: (1389) 1921 c 319 s 4; 1973 c 123 art 5 s 7
In case the owner or occupant of lands shall not distrain the animals or fowls doing damage
as provided herein, then any person who shall knowingly permit the running at large or trespass
of any such domestic animal or fowl within any city, shall be liable to the person aggrieved for
treble the damages sustained, to be recovered in a civil action.
History: (1390) 1921 c 319 s 5; 1973 c 123 art 5 s 7; 1986 c 444
When real property is sold on execution or under judgment or mortgage, the purchaser
thereof, or any person who has succeeded to the purchaser's interest, after the estate becomes
absolute, may recover damages for injury to the property by the tenant in possession after the
sale, and before possession is delivered under the conveyance.
History: (9586) RL s 4450; 1986 c 444
If a guardian, tenant for life or years, joint tenant, or tenant in common, of real property,
commits waste thereon, any person injured by the waste may bring an action against the waster
therefor, in which there may be judgment for treble damages, forfeiture of the estate of the party
offending, and eviction from the property. Judgment of forfeiture and eviction can only be given
in favor of the person entitled to the reversion, against the tenant in possession when the injury to
the estate in reversion is adjudged in the action to be equal to the value of the tenant's estate or
unexpired term, or to have been done in malice.
History: (9583) RL s 4447; 1986 c 444
When real property is sold upon execution or under judgment or mortgage, until the
expiration of the time allowed for redemption, the court may restrain the commission of waste
on the property, by order granted, with or without notice, on application of the purchaser or the
purchaser's assigns holding the certificate of sale; but it is not waste for the person in possession of
the property at the time of sale, or entitled to the possession afterwards, during the time allowed
for redemption, to continue to use it in the same manner in which it was previously used, or to use
it in the ordinary course of husbandry, or to make the necessary repairs of the buildings thereon,
or to use wood or timber on the property therefor, or for the repair of fences or for fuel for the
possessor's family, while the possessor occupies the property.
History: (9584) RL s 4448; 1986 c 444
Subdivision 1. Definitions. For the purposes of this section, the following terms have the
meanings given them:
(a) "Agricultural operation" means a facility and its appurtenances for the production of
crops, livestock, poultry, dairy products or poultry products, but not a facility primarily engaged
in processing agricultural products.
(b) "Established date of operation" means the date on which the agricultural operation
commenced. If the agricultural operation is subsequently expanded or significantly altered,
the established date of operation for each expansion or alteration is deemed to be the date of
commencement of the expanded or altered operation. As used in this paragraph, "expanded"
means an expansion by at least 25 percent in the number of a particular kind of animal or livestock
located on an agricultural operation.
"Significantly altered" does not mean:
(1) a transfer of an ownership interest to and held by persons or the spouses of persons
related to each other within the third degree of kindred according to the rules of civil law to the
person making the transfer so long as at least one of the related persons is actively operating the
farm, or to a family farm trust under section 500.24;
(2) temporary cessation or interruption of cropping activities;
(3) adoption of new technologies; or
(4) a change in the crop product produced.
(c) "Generally accepted agricultural practices" means those practices commonly used by
other farmers in the county or a contiguous county in which a nuisance claim is asserted.
Subd. 2. Agricultural operation not a nuisance. (a) An agricultural operation is not and
shall not become a private or public nuisance after two years from its established date of operation
as a matter of law if the operation:
(1) is located in an agriculturally zoned area;
(2) complies with the provisions of all applicable federal, state, or county laws, regulations,
rules, and ordinances and any permits issued for the agricultural operation; and
(3) operates according to generally accepted agricultural practices.
(b) For a period of two years from its established date of operation, there is a rebuttable
presumption that an agricultural operation in compliance with the requirements of paragraph (a),
clauses (1) to (3), is not a public or private nuisance.
(c) The provisions of this subdivision do not apply:
(1) to an animal feedlot facility with a swine capacity of 1,000 or more animal units as
defined in the rules of the Pollution Control Agency for control of pollution from animal feedlots,
or a cattle capacity of 2,500 animals or more;
(2) to any prosecution for the crime of public nuisance as provided in section 609.74 or to an
action by a public authority to abate a particular condition which is a public nuisance; or
(3) to any enforcement action brought by a local unit of government related to zoning under
chapter 394 or 462.
Subd. 3. Existing contracts. This section shall not be construed to invalidate any contracts
or commitments made before January 1, 1983.
Subd. 4. Severability. If a provision of this section, or application thereof to any person or
set of circumstances, is held invalid or unconstitutional, the invalidity shall not affect other
provisions or applications of this section which can be given effect without the invalid provision
or application. To that end, the provisions of this section are declared to be severable.
Subd. 5.[Repealed, 1983 c 182 s 2]
History: 1982 c 533 s 1; 1983 c 182 s 1; 1994 c 619 s 9,10; 1994 c 622 s 4,5; 2001 c
128 s 4; 2004 c 254 s 43,44
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