Civil liability and pesticide spraying

A recent decision of the Court of Appeal in New Zealand has important implications for those involved in pesticide spraying, and suggests that where damage is accidentally caused to others the absence of fault will be no defence. The Court was applying common law principles which apply in Britain, and while the decision is not binding on British courts it is likely to be treated as a persuasive authority should a similar case arise here.

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