October 12, 2011
- 157 Evidence
- 157I Judicial Notice
- 157k5 Matters of Common Knowledge in General
- 157k5(2) k. Particular Facts.
Court took notice that it was within knowledge of all who have long resided in Florida that the state is occasionally subjected to winds of hurricane force, and that such winds have a tendency to topple trees, break limbs and send unsecured objects flying about, and that such storms are not beyond reasonable anticipation.
Rubin v. Appel, 194 So. 2d 318 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 1967)
Suggested by Brian Hooper, Attorney: Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon, Pensacola, FL