private nuisance

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a nuisance that interferes with your interest in and private use and enjoyment of your land

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The law of private nuisance is very largely a series of adjustments to limit the reciprocal rights and privileges of both.
Like private nuisance, "statutory nuisance protects people not property" (62) by encouraging "give and take, live and let live.
Not all interference, (34) however, rises to the level of a private nuisance.
law private nuisance action against a neighbor for installation of
Public nuisance thus is quite distinct from private nuisance in its origins as well as in the scope of interests it seeks to protect.
The defendant may be liable for private nuisance if his or her actions were either intentional and unreasonable, negligent, reckless, or involved in an abnormally dangerous condition or activity.
98) The complaining neighbor's primary complaint was that the noise from the wind turbine constituted a private nuisance.
And "liability for either public or private nuisance arises because one person's acts set in motion a force or chain of events resulting in the invasion or interference," the court went on.
In most states, courts define private nuisance as use of property in ways that unreasonably interfere with the rights of others to enjoy their own property.
1988) (holding that government operation of a flood-control project constituted a public and private nuisance where it harmed water quality and aquatic wildlife), aff'd sub nom.
You have no claim for private nuisance or any other type of nuisance.
The suit asserts claims for private nuisance, negligence and negligence per se and seeks damages for the loss of use of the plaintiffs' property and reimbursement for the costs of the suit and for other such damages a jury would deem appropriate.
Both suits allege claims including trespass, public and private nuisance, and unjust enrichment.
Plaintiffs allege trespass, private nuisance and timber trespass.
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