Fee Damages Law and Legal Definition
Fee damages are damages awarded to the owner of an adjoining property for the damage caused to the property owner’s easements of light, air, and access by the construction and operation of an elevated railroad. Therefore, where an abutting owner has a fee of the street, noise, vibration, loss of privacy and unsightliness of structure it can be considered in estimating fee damages. [Berry v. New York M. R. Corp., 111 Misc. 432 (N.Y. Misc. 1920)].