Lamotte v. Terceira Reference : 540-32-026911-147 Complaint date : No description Status : Final judgment Place of jurisdiction : Canada, Quebec Plaintiffs types : Neighbours Plaintiffs names : Annie Lamotte Defendants : Individual Lawyers for Health and Environmental Justice : No description Case nature : Civil court Type(s), Product(s), Active substance(s) : Other Requests : Compensation for the loss of four decorative trees and a burn in the right hand Name of the Court : Small Claims Division, Court of Quebec, Canada Jurisdiction level : Decision date : February 5, 2015 Decision nature : Negative Decision content : The court dismisses the complainant's request because the evidence does not appear to be preponderant and sentences her to pay her protest fees ($ 157). Legal basis : Court Ruling : Link to the ruling Summary : The complainant attributes the loss of trees and burns to the application of pesticides by her neighbor, José Terceira, whom she allegedly saw spreading a pesticide on the four trees in question, which would have led to their loss. She attributed the burn to her right hand on contact with the pesticide when she wanted to treat her trees. Scientific references : No scientifice reference for this case. Related links : No related link for this case.