|Barked: Sun Apr 28, '13 8:40am PST |
|In most areas, you could both successfully sue each other. Their dog was at large and trespassing, however you could be said to be harboring a dangerous animal. Especially if there are breed or containment laws in your area. That's the claim that criminals win in court - not that they had some right to be on the property, but that there was a dangerous animal who poses a public risk on the property.
I'm guessing the placement of the fence in regard to property lines and whose responsibility it was to maintain the fence may also play a role, depending again on area, and on how things go down...
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