Fla. Appeals Court Reverses $19M Award For Tree Takings

Law360, Miami (October 16, 2013, 10:10 PM EDT) -- A Florida appeals court Wednesday upheld a finding of taking in a class action seeking compensation for the state's destruction of citrus trees, but it reversed an award of $19.2 million, saying the lower court erred in excluding significant scientific evidence in the damages trial.

The suit was brought against the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the agriculture commissioner by a class of Palm Beach County residents whose citrus trees were among the thousands destroyed by the state as part of the department's...
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