Plaintiff brought action for damage to his land caused by concussion and vibration resulting from defendant's blasting operations in the construction of a public highway. Defendant demurred for failure to state a cause of action in that plaintiff did not properly plead negligence. Held, demurrer sustained. Fault is a requisite to liability. Reynolds v. W. H. Hinman Co., (Me. 1950) 75 A. (2d) 802.
Harold G. Christensen S.Ed.,
TORTS-STRICT LIABILITY FOR ULTRA-HAZARDOUS ACTIVITIES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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