Violation of Animal Protection Laws Cannot Form Basis of Nuisance Claim, Washington Supreme Court Holds
“The public must impliedly have had use of the resource in order for that right to use to have been infringed,” the majority wrote. “[Animal Legal Defense Fund] does not show, through case law or legislative intent, that Washington has established that the public has a right to use wildlife or that it has a right to access private property of a zoo.”
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