This article may look familiar as we posted it in December of 2017, but as drones become increasingly popular, we found it important to revisit the topic. Whether you own a drone, or allow third parties to bring them on-site, there is risk involved and important to identify in order to protect your garden. To further the point, here is a link to an article of a situation gone wrong highlighting the legal and financial implications it presented.
BHS: Drones: The Risk and Exposures to Your Public Garden
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