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date: 19 September 2020

private nuisance 

Source:
A Dictionary of Agriculture and Land Management
Author(s):

Will Manley,

Katharine Foot,

Andrew Davis

An action or situation resulting in interference with another’s legitimate rights to use and enjoy their land and related rights. For example, someone may continually be playing loud music which affects their neighbour’s right to enjoy their own property. Other potential examples of nuisance include excessive dust, smells, or fumes, or actions causing physical damage to a property. Private nuisance is a ... ...

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