24 JAN 2019
Definitions and relevant cases to help you navigate the intricacies of interference
Private nuisance relates to interference with a person’s enjoyment and use of their land. While it may sound like a relatively simple concept, there can often be confusion around what this means in practice. As a long-established civil action reliant on ‘unreasonable’ behaviour, it can be a confusing area to understand.
However, there are important definitions and precedents to know which help define private nuisance and inform your practice.
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