Sec. 4. Flight in aircraft over the lands and waters of this state is lawful, unless at
such a low altitude as to interfere with the then existing use to which the land or
water, or the space over the land or water, is put by the owner, or unless so conducted
as to be imminently dangerous to persons or property lawfully on the land or water
beneath. The landing of an aircraft on the lands or water of another, without his consent,
is unlawful, except in the case of a forced landing. For damages caused by a forced landing, however, the owner or lessee of the aircraft
or the aeronaut shall be liable, as provided in section 5. 1
Section 5 of Acts 1927, c. 43 was repealed by Acts 1951, c. 267, s. 26.
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