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36 terms
Tort law: Nuisance
Private Nuisance
Sturges v Bridgman
Gillingham Borough Council v Medway (1…
De Keyser v Spicer Bros (1914)
"unlawful interference with a person's use or enjoyment of la…
"What would be a nuisance in Belgrave Square would not necess…
Involved a council which first gave planning permission for a…
The court was willing to grant an injunction for a temporary…
Private Nuisance
"unlawful interference with a person's use or enjoyment of la…
Sturges v Bridgman
"What would be a nuisance in Belgrave Square would not necess…
Tort Law: Private Nuisance
Canary Warf
Kimbolton Fireworks
Sturges 1
Coventry
in order to sue you must have a proprietary interest in the l…
actual damage
what would be a nuisance in Belgrave Square would not necessa…
planning permission may not effect the nature of the location
Canary Warf
in order to sue you must have a proprietary interest in the l…
Kimbolton Fireworks
actual damage
44 terms
NZ Tort Law: Nuisance
St Helen's Smelting
Walter v Selfe Test (UK)
BNZ (NZ)
French v Auckland CC
In situations where the defendant's activities cause physical…
1) Had to be "materially interfering"... 2) to "plain and sober…
- Adapted Walter v Selfe.... - 1) Was naturally occurring.... - 2)…
- Was naturally occurring nuisance HOWEVER the council omitte…
St Helen's Smelting
In situations where the defendant's activities cause physical…
Walter v Selfe Test (UK)
1) Had to be "materially interfering"... 2) to "plain and sober…
40 terms
Tort of law - Nuisance
Nuisance
Southwark LBC v Mills and Others
Malone v Laskey
Khorasandjian v Bush
Land based tort - interfere with the enjoyment of the land
Noise must be over and above everyday noise
Original rule for who can see, must have proprietary rights
Overruled the original rule on who can sue, no longer need pr…
Nuisance
Land based tort - interfere with the enjoyment of the land
Southwark LBC v Mills and Others
Noise must be over and above everyday noise
70 terms
Tort law nuisance
Malone v Laskey
Khorasandijan v Bush
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Dobson v Thames Water Utilities
The wife did not have a right to exclusive possession, she wa…
At first instance the court held that she could sue for nuisa…
The CoA had ruled that occupation of a home was a sufficient…
The claimants who had legal rights sued successfully. The cla…
Malone v Laskey
The wife did not have a right to exclusive possession, she wa…
Khorasandijan v Bush
At first instance the court held that she could sue for nuisa…
21 terms
tort law: Nuisance
What is Nuisance?
3 types of Nuisance
PUBLIC Nuisance
Lord Roper in AG v PYA QAURRIES
Concerned with the protection of a persons interest in their…
1. Public Nuisance... 2. Private... 3. And Statutory
Concerned with recognising and protecting the rights of the p…
" a nuisance is public if it materially affects the life of a…
What is Nuisance?
Concerned with the protection of a persons interest in their…
3 types of Nuisance
1. Public Nuisance... 2. Private... 3. And Statutory
21 terms
LAW212 TORTS - NUISANCE
What occurred in St Helens Smelting Co?
What did the judges decide in St Helen…
What occurred in Halsey v Esso?
What did the judges decide in relation…
Plaintiff bought a manor house near to a copper smelting work…
There is a marked difference between actions of nuisance brou…
There were three different types of nuisances that actions we…
Nuisance where physical damage has occurred is always unreaso…
What occurred in St Helens Smelting Co?
Plaintiff bought a manor house near to a copper smelting work…
What did the judges decide in St Helen…
There is a marked difference between actions of nuisance brou…
27 terms
Tort-Nuisance
Spicer Bros Ltd
Robinson v Kilvert
Christie v Davey
Canary Wharf
Courts will likely see nuisance as unreasonable if frequent a…
Abnormal sensitivity not taken into account
Courts will look at D's frame of mind and see if use of land…
Must have interest in land for actionable nuisance. Landlord,…
Spicer Bros Ltd
Courts will likely see nuisance as unreasonable if frequent a…
Robinson v Kilvert
Abnormal sensitivity not taken into account
Tort - Nuisance
*ST helens' Smelting Co v Tipping (1965)
Hunter v Canary Wharf (1997)
Network Rail Infrastructure v Morris (…
Dennis v Ministry of Defence (2003)
Lord Westbury: must distinguish between nuisance cases brough…
Issue 1: D entitled to build on his own land - not restricted…
C had recording studio a mile away from D's railway line, whi…
national interest in RAF training exercise outweighs nuisance…
*ST helens' Smelting Co v Tipping (1965)
Lord Westbury: must distinguish between nuisance cases brough…
Hunter v Canary Wharf (1997)
Issue 1: D entitled to build on his own land - not restricted…
24 terms
tort nuisance
Esso petroleum
walter
"what would be a nuisance in Belgrave…
crown river cruises
sensible personal discomfort
balance interests D & C
quote sturges v bridgman
duration of the nuisance
Esso petroleum
sensible personal discomfort
walter
balance interests D & C
31 terms
TORT - nuisance
Smith v Giddy (1904)
St Helen's Smelting v Tipping (1865)
British Celanese v Hunt (1969)
Crown River Cruises v Kimbolton Firewo…
Enchroachment : tree hanging over C's land
Copper smelting company's noxious fumes damaged trees on C's…
An isolated event can lead to an actionable nuisance
Activity creating state of affairs which gives rise to a risk…
Smith v Giddy (1904)
Enchroachment : tree hanging over C's land
St Helen's Smelting v Tipping (1865)
Copper smelting company's noxious fumes damaged trees on C's…
83 terms
Tort - Nuisance
Bamford v Turnley
Malone v Laskey
Khorasandjian v Bush
Hunter v Canary Wharf
RULE: defines private nuisance. ... ... any continuous activity…
RULE: You must have proprietary interest to bring a claim in…
RULE: Challenege to the idea that you need proprietary intere…
RULE: you must have proprietary interest in the land... People…
Bamford v Turnley
RULE: defines private nuisance. ... ... any continuous activity…
Malone v Laskey
RULE: You must have proprietary interest to bring a claim in…
Nuisance - Tort
Plan in exam
Winfield v Jolowicz
Unlawful
Interference
Define- unlawful, interference and excessive. ... Reasonable in…
unlawful interference with personal use enjoyment of land or…
Unreasonable - Q of fact for courts. ... Apply principle of giv…
Smell fumes noise branches growing using property as brothel.
Plan in exam
Define- unlawful, interference and excessive. ... Reasonable in…
Winfield v Jolowicz
unlawful interference with personal use enjoyment of land or…
8 terms
Tort Law Cases - Private Nuisance + Rylands v Fletcher
St Helen's Smelting v Tipping (1865) 1…
Hunter v Canary Wharf Ltd [1997] UKHL 14
Gillingham v Medway (Chatham) Dock Co…
Coventry v Lawrence [2014] UKSC 13
Facts: The noxious acid fumes of a soap factory resulted in t…
Fact: Building of towers in canary wharf = nuisance as it int…
Facts: D obtained permission to turn a disused dock into a co…
Facts: D gained land to use for racing, limit imposed on the…
St Helen's Smelting v Tipping (1865) 1…
Facts: The noxious acid fumes of a soap factory resulted in t…
Hunter v Canary Wharf Ltd [1997] UKHL 14
Fact: Building of towers in canary wharf = nuisance as it int…
Tort (Nuisance)
Who can sue?
Who can be sued?
What are the 3 elements?
What must damage be?
Anyone with legal interest in land (Malone v Laskey)(Hunter v…
Creator, occupier of land, landlord
Indirect interference, damage and unlawful interference
Reasonably foreseeable. Physical damage and SPD only.
Who can sue?
Anyone with legal interest in land (Malone v Laskey)(Hunter v…
Who can be sued?
Creator, occupier of land, landlord
8 terms
Torts-Nuisance
Public Nuisance ... defined
Public Nuisance... who can sue?
Private Nuisance ... elements
Private Nuisance ... Non-trespassory
unreasonable interference w/ public's rights in some unspecif…
(1) relevant state agency... (2) representative of the communit…
(1) non-trespassory;... (2) unreasonable; ... (3) significant inter…
nontrespassory invasion of the interests of another in the us…
Public Nuisance ... defined
unreasonable interference w/ public's rights in some unspecif…
Public Nuisance... who can sue?
(1) relevant state agency... (2) representative of the communit…
19 terms
Torts: Nuisance
What are the 2 types of Nuisances?
What is the definition of a public nui…
What 2 things must a public nuisance h…
Who brings a public nuisance?
Public nuisance and private nuisance
Unreasonable inference with a right common to the general pub…
1. Significant interference... 2. With public health, safety, in…
Public official
What are the 2 types of Nuisances?
Public nuisance and private nuisance
What is the definition of a public nui…
Unreasonable inference with a right common to the general pub…
12 terms
Torts Nuisance
Public Nuisance
Public Nuisance -State of Mind
Public Nuisance -Demonstrating unreaso…
Public Nuisance -Standing
A substantial, unreasonable interference with a right common…
Can be based on any state of mind (intent, negligence, or str…
P can show substantial interference with a public right ... P c…
Government officials- clearly have standing to bring suit to…
Public Nuisance
A substantial, unreasonable interference with a right common…
Public Nuisance -State of Mind
Can be based on any state of mind (intent, negligence, or str…
Torts: Nuisance
nuisance
Private Nuisance
- Blasting/vibrating damages house... - U…
true
Nothing more than harm, annoyance, or inconvenience
Unreasonable interference with ones use and enjoyment of land…
Private Nuisance:... 1. Physical Condition: ... 2. Health:... 3. Comfo…
T/F: There is no rule that permits those engaged in important…
nuisance
Nothing more than harm, annoyance, or inconvenience
Private Nuisance
Unreasonable interference with ones use and enjoyment of land…
18 terms
Torts - Nuisance
Forest Products
Tock
Medway Dock
Canary Wharf
Defences - ordinary or natural use of land, here a non natura…
Defences - a public sewerage is a reasonable in a public spac…
Defences - deals with planning permission, here an authority…
Defences deals with planning permission, applied Saunders whi…
Forest Products
Defences - ordinary or natural use of land, here a non natura…
Tock
Defences - a public sewerage is a reasonable in a public spac…
14 terms
torts - nuisance
harm must be more than fanciful, per r…
character of neighbourhood
nuisance takes no account of sensitive…
smell
Greenwood
St Helens Smelting Co
Robinson
Barr
harm must be more than fanciful, per r…
Greenwood
character of neighbourhood
St Helens Smelting Co
116 terms
Tort 11 The law of nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher
private nuisance and the associated ru…
public nuisance
considerations when ealuating if torts…
three main types of nuisance
confined to interference with your rights in land,
Cs who have experienced special damage above and beyond that…
liability (should the court intervene?) and remedies (if so,…
private nuisance ... public nuisance ... statutory nuisances.
private nuisance and the associated ru…
confined to interference with your rights in land,
public nuisance
Cs who have experienced special damage above and beyond that…
26 terms
Torts: Nuisance
basis of liability for nuisance
nuisance
nuisance generally are
strict liability basis for redressing…
nuisance is not a separate tort in itself- ... intentional inter…
types of harm- the invasion of either private property either…
intentional interferences because defendant has been made awa…
absolute nuisance or nuisance per se
basis of liability for nuisance
nuisance is not a separate tort in itself- ... intentional inter…
nuisance
types of harm- the invasion of either private property either…
16 terms
A-level OCR A2 Tort law Nuisance
Definition
Claimant =
Defendant =
Hunter v Canary Wharf
unlawful, indirect interference with... another's use or enjoyme…
person with proprietary interest in the land.
Creator of the nuisance
individuals suffered TV interference and dust from the erecti…
Definition
unlawful, indirect interference with... another's use or enjoyme…
Claimant =
person with proprietary interest in the land.
43 terms
Tort Law Tutorial 8a - Nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher
Bliss v Hall [1838]
St. Helens v Tipping [1865]
Tarry v Ashton [1876]
Miller v Jackson [1977]
PRIVATE NUISANCE - INEFFECTIVE DEFENCE - CLAIMANT CAME TO THE…
PRIVATE NUISANCE - NATURE OF THE LOCALITY: Fumes from a coppe…
PUBLIC NUISANCE - PROJECTIONS OVER THE HIGHWAY: A heavy lamp…
PRIVATE NUISANCE - 'REASONABLE USER': C sought an action agai…
Bliss v Hall [1838]
PRIVATE NUISANCE - INEFFECTIVE DEFENCE - CLAIMANT CAME TO THE…
St. Helens v Tipping [1865]
PRIVATE NUISANCE - NATURE OF THE LOCALITY: Fumes from a coppe…
30 terms
Sean Tort Private Nuisance
Bamford v Turnley
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Thomas v NUM
Leakey v Natl Trust
Def.n of Private Nuisance:... - Continuous activity/state of aff…
Proprietary/Possessionary Interest in Land req.d to sue in Pr…
Creators of Nuisance can be sued in Private N
Occupiers of land can be sued
Bamford v Turnley
Def.n of Private Nuisance:... - Continuous activity/state of aff…
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Proprietary/Possessionary Interest in Land req.d to sue in Pr…
57 terms
GDL Tort Nuisance
Read v Lyons
Malone v Laskey
Thomas v NUM
Leakey v National Trust
Private nuisance -- definition "an unlawful interference wi…
Private nuisance -- who can sue? ... Must have en interest in th…
Private nuisance -- Who can be sued?... The tortfeasor
Private nuisance -- Who can be sued? ... The occupier
Read v Lyons
Private nuisance -- definition "an unlawful interference wi…
Malone v Laskey
Private nuisance -- who can sue? ... Must have en interest in th…
30 terms
Tort- Private Nuisance
Banford v Turnley
Malone v Laskey
Thomas v NUM
Leakey v National Trust
Any continuous activity or state of affairs causing a substan…
Proprietary interest needed
Defendant is the creater of the nuisance, even if he is not t…
D is the occupier of the land from which the nuisance has ori…
Banford v Turnley
Any continuous activity or state of affairs causing a substan…
Malone v Laskey
Proprietary interest needed
12 terms
Tort- Public Nuisance
AG v PYA Quarries
Claimant
Tate & Lyle v GLC
Lyons v Gulliver
An unlawful act or omission which materially affects the reas…
No proprietary interest; local council/ AG may sue in their o…
Ferry terminal affected jetty use
Q outside of teashop
AG v PYA Quarries
An unlawful act or omission which materially affects the reas…
Claimant
No proprietary interest; local council/ AG may sue in their o…
16 terms
GDL Tort- Public Nuisance
"Acts or omissions of the D that mater…
Crime as well as a tort
No need for a proprietary interest in…
Nuisance can be a one off/ isolated ev…
AG V PYA Quarries
R V Shorrock
Lyons V Gulliver
R V Shorrock
"Acts or omissions of the D that mater…
AG V PYA Quarries
Crime as well as a tort
R V Shorrock
13 terms
Sean Tort Public Nuisance
AG v PYA Quarries
Rose v Miles
Thomas v NUM
R v Shorrock
Definition of Public Nuisance:... - Act or Omissions... - Materiall…
E.g. - Blocking a Canal
E.g. - Picketing on highway
E.g. - Noisy party
AG v PYA Quarries
Definition of Public Nuisance:... - Act or Omissions... - Materiall…
Rose v Miles
E.g. - Blocking a Canal
27 terms
Nuisance Law
Nuisance Law
Classifying a Nuisance
Public v. Private Nuisance
Substantial Invasion Test
A way of regulating land use by the judiciary that takes plac…
A nuisance is:... Unreasonable conduct/Which substantially int…
A public nuisance involves an interference with a right commo…
Some courts have used the "substantial invasion" requirement…
Nuisance Law
A way of regulating land use by the judiciary that takes plac…
Classifying a Nuisance
A nuisance is:... Unreasonable conduct/Which substantially int…
38 terms
Tort - Private Nuisance
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Malone v Laskey
Thomas v NUM
Leakey v National Trust
Claimant must have a proprietary interest in land to sue
Not sufficient to be a mere licensee, spouse, or child
May sue the creator of the nuisance
May sue the occupier of the land from which the nuisance orig…
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Claimant must have a proprietary interest in land to sue
Malone v Laskey
Not sufficient to be a mere licensee, spouse, or child
9 terms
Nuisance "grumpy neighbor tort"
Property owner = "bundle of sticks" ri…
Nuisance
Elements of nuisance
Examples
...
violation of one's right to "quiet use and enjoyment" of prop…
*property rights - ownership or legal right to possess (rent,…
barking dog, noisy neighbor, trashy yard, etc.
Property owner = "bundle of sticks" ri…
...
Nuisance
violation of one's right to "quiet use and enjoyment" of prop…
60 terms
Tort: Private Nuisance
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Rapier
Wagon Mound no1
Sedleigh
Principle: The tort of nuisance protects interest in LAND
Nuisance was traditionally a form of strict liability
The same rules in relation to remoteness of damage apply to n…
BALANCING GAME:... Lord Wright: 'A balance has to be maintained…
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Principle: The tort of nuisance protects interest in LAND
Rapier
Nuisance was traditionally a form of strict liability
22 terms
Tort - Public Nuisance
AG v PYA
Lyons v Gulliver
Ricket v Metropolitan Railway
Tate & Lyle v GLC
An unlawful act or omission which materially affects the reas…
No proprietary interest is necessary to sue
Claimant may sue individually if is part of a class of affect…
Special damage of slitting up of jetty, above and beyond the…
AG v PYA
An unlawful act or omission which materially affects the reas…
Lyons v Gulliver
No proprietary interest is necessary to sue
107 terms
Tort: Nuisance & Rylands
Read v Lyons
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Malone v Laskey
Thomas v NUM
PRIVATE NUISANCE: 'an unlawful interference with a person's u…
GR: a potential claimant must have a legal (proprietary or po…
A licensee, spouse or child will not suffice as a potential c…
Potential defendant: the creator of the nuisance will be liab…
Read v Lyons
PRIVATE NUISANCE: 'an unlawful interference with a person's u…
Hunter v Canary Wharf
GR: a potential claimant must have a legal (proprietary or po…
53 terms
Tort: Nuisance and Ryland's
Nuisance
Unreasonable
Who is liable?
Defences
'unlawful interference with a person's use or enjoyment of la…
1) intensity (duration, frequency and timing)... 2) nature of th…
The creator of the nuisance, the continuer/adopter of the nui…
* statute... * prescription (20 years since becoming aware of it)
Nuisance
'unlawful interference with a person's use or enjoyment of la…
Unreasonable
1) intensity (duration, frequency and timing)... 2) nature of th…
11 terms
Tort: Public Nuisance
The Highways Act 1980
PYA Quarries
Rimmington; Goldstein
PYA Quarries
Public nuisance has been supplanted by Statute
KEY CASE:... Classic Definition: Romer LJ - 'any nuisance is 'p…
BELONGING TO A CLASS OF HER MAJESTY'S SUBJECTS?... Conjoined ap…
WHO CAN SUE?... Any C who is a member of the affected class can…
The Highways Act 1980
Public nuisance has been supplanted by Statute
PYA Quarries
KEY CASE:... Classic Definition: Romer LJ - 'any nuisance is 'p…
12 terms
Tort Law
Tort
Tortfeasor
Intentional Tort
Compensate
A private wrong committed by one person against another
A person who commits a tort
Actions that deliberately hurt, embarrass, or scare people
Give (someone) something, typically money, in recognition of…
Tort
A private wrong committed by one person against another
Tortfeasor
A person who commits a tort
24 terms
Torts - Private Nuisance
Walsh v Ervin
Oldham v Lawson
*Hunter v Canary Wharf
Thompson-Schwab v Costaki
Public nuisance:... - Member of public has title to sue for pub…
Title to sue: ... ○ Mere licensee has no right to sue... Husband…
Title to sue: ... - A person can only sue if they have the righ…
- Nuisance as it was a affront to the claimant's right to a v…
Walsh v Ervin
Public nuisance:... - Member of public has title to sue for pub…
Oldham v Lawson
Title to sue: ... ○ Mere licensee has no right to sue... Husband…
10 terms
Torts - Private Nuisance
Private Nuisance Defined
Private Nuisance - Possession of Land
Private Nuisance - Expansion - Interfe…
Private Nuisance - Intentional, Uninte…
Volitional act done with the requisite intent which causes a…
A plaintiff's interest must be either actual possession or th…
Some courts have extended the tort of nuisance to interferenc…
The defendant's act can be intentional, unintentional but neg…
Private Nuisance Defined
Volitional act done with the requisite intent which causes a…
Private Nuisance - Possession of Land
A plaintiff's interest must be either actual possession or th…
131 terms
Torts Relating to Land: Nuisance
What three land torts will be covered?
What is the structure for Private Nuis…
What is the definition of private nuis…
Definition of private nuisance in Malo…
Private nuisance (70%)... Public nuisance (10%)... Rylands (20%)... (%…
Definition... Who can sue?... Who can be sued?... Definition... Three ele…
Any continuous activity or state of affairs causing a substan…
Nuisance is 'a tort directed against the plaintiff's enjoymen…
What three land torts will be covered?
Private nuisance (70%)... Public nuisance (10%)... Rylands (20%)... (%…
What is the structure for Private Nuis…
Definition... Who can sue?... Who can be sued?... Definition... Three ele…
26 terms
Torts: Strict Liability & Nuisance
Which of the following best states the…
In general, strict liability is not im…
Which of the following is correct with…
Nuisances ___ (are/are not) usually ba…
Any foreseeable plaintiff injured as a result of the dangerou…
no reasonable person would have foreseen a danger.
Nuisances are types of harm.
are not! Nuisances generally are intentional interferences, b…
Which of the following best states the…
Any foreseeable plaintiff injured as a result of the dangerou…
In general, strict liability is not im…
no reasonable person would have foreseen a danger.
18 terms
Torts: STRICT LIABILITY AND NUISANCE
103. ... Oinker was developing a piece of…
104.... Same facts as above. After one of…
105.... Same facts as above. Assume Oinke…
106. ... Ahmid was a sculptor who liked t…
D
A
B
A
103. ... Oinker was developing a piece of…
D
104.... Same facts as above. After one of…
A
51 terms
Torts 14 - NUISANCE
Hsu v Weddings Etc Ltd
St Helens Smelting Co v Tipping a Nuis…
Walter v Selfe
BNZ v Greenwood per Tipping J reasonab…
NZ example of nuisance claim
Character of Neighbourhood guideline quote from HL - but cann…
Original test for nature and extent of harm in nuisance "more…
NZ adaptation of the test from Walter v Selfe for nature and…
Hsu v Weddings Etc Ltd
NZ example of nuisance claim
St Helens Smelting Co v Tipping a Nuis…
Character of Neighbourhood guideline quote from HL - but cann…
28 terms
Torts - Privacy and Nuisance
What is invasion of privacy?
What are the four invasion of privacy…
What are the elements of appropriation?
Is appropriation limited to appropriat…
One who invades the right of privacy of another is subject to…
1. appropriation... 2. intrusion... 3. publicity of private life... 4.…
1. unauthorized use of P's name or picture... 2. for D's own ben…
No.
What is invasion of privacy?
One who invades the right of privacy of another is subject to…
What are the four invasion of privacy…
1. appropriation... 2. intrusion... 3. publicity of private life... 4.…
5 terms
Torts Authorities: Nuisance
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Munroe v Southern Dairies
Locality, Time, Essential for Society,…
Hollywood Silver Fox Farms v Emmett
Title to Sue
Interference must be unreasonable and substantial
What is the test for unreasonable and substantial interference?
If an action is malicious it is immediately classed as unreas…
Hunter v Canary Wharf
Title to Sue
Munroe v Southern Dairies
Interference must be unreasonable and substantial
26 terms
Torts: Private Nuisance
*Challen v McCleod Country Golf Club (…
*Peden v Bortolazzo [2006]
*Goldman v Hargrave [1967]
*Fennell v Robson Excavations [1977]
Liability for an occupier for a private nuisance created by a…
Liability of a lessor for a private nuisance created by a les…
Liability of an occupier for a private nuisance arising from…
Strict liability of the creator of a private nuisance... Whoever…
*Challen v McCleod Country Golf Club (…
Liability for an occupier for a private nuisance created by a…
*Peden v Bortolazzo [2006]
Liability of a lessor for a private nuisance created by a les…
40 terms
Torts II - Nuisance
T/F Nuisance is a tort
T/F Nuisances cannot be both private &…
What is public nuisance?
What do public nuisances typically int…
False. It is a "topic", private nuisance is a tort
False. House of prostitution: nuisance to public & also to ne…
Disturbance or interference with the rights or interests of t…
public convenience (highways, waterways, sidewalks); peace (o…
T/F Nuisance is a tort
False. It is a "topic", private nuisance is a tort
T/F Nuisances cannot be both private &…
False. House of prostitution: nuisance to public & also to ne…
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