Tuesday, March 15, 2011


"A railroad company has the right to blast rock on its right of way in order to level down its roadbed; but if, in doing so, it casts rocks upon, and so injures, the land of an adjoining owner, whose land has not been condemned, and who has not conveyed or agreed to convey the right of way, the latter has the right to an assessment of damages for the injury done."

Hord v. Holston River Ry. Co., 122 Tenn. 399, 123 S.W. 637, 639 (1909).

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