I have previously blogged about a sibling estate fight that turned into a nasty neighbour dispute . Read the earlier blog here. The case Fitzpatrick v. Orwin and Squires involved a dispute over a property line that got very ugly when the neighbour Fitzpatrick was found at trial to have placed or caused someone to place a dead coyote on the hood of the other neighbour’s ( Squires)car. At trial, Fitzpatrick was found liable for over $200,000 in damages and interest and $ 20,000.00 in punitive damages plus costs. Fitzpatrick appealed. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal on February 14, 2014. The reported decision can be found here.