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United States V Causby 328 US 256 1946In 1934 Lee Causby and his wife Tinie moved to a 28 acre plot of land just outside of Greensboro North Carolina Knowingly they purchased the land which was located only one-third of a mile from a municipal airport and began to raise chickens as a means of income All was well until the spring of 1942 when the United States Army began to fly four-engine bombers over the property during all hours of the day and night Due to the constant clamor numerous problems arose on the farmstead and as a result Lee and Tinie filed suit against the United States Army for the taking of property defined under the Fifth AmendmentThe Greensboro-Highpoint Municipal Airport was first established in 1928 eight miles from Greensboro North Carolina The airport was first commissioned to allow the take off and landing of small commercial flights and crop spraying planes For approximately a decade and a half the Causby family their chicken farm and the airport lived in harmony This harmony was broken in April of 1942 when a lease was negotiated between the airport and the United State Army over the employment of the airport from May until June 1st of 1942 The lease also included provisions for renewal that would have lasted until 1967 It was with this contract in which the Causbys problems first beganAccording to the original complaint that was filed by the Causbys in the Court of Claims the planes flown by the Army directly over their land caused the family to lose sleep become constantly nervous and afraid On top of this the noise and light created by the large aircraft frightened the chickens so much that they would fly into the sides of the buildings and barns which would kill them instantly Approximately six to ten chickens died in one day and a total of 150 chickens died altogether Eventually production at the chicken
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