Public Nuisance, Private Nuisance, Legal Responsibility, Defenses, Remedies, Further Readings
A legal action to redress harm arising from the use of one's property.
The two types of nuisance are private nuisance and public nuisance. A private nuisance is a civil wrong; it is the unreasonable, unwarranted, or unlawful use of one's property in a manner that substantially interferes with the enjoyment or use of another individual's property, without an actual TRESPASS or physical invasion to the land. A public nuisance is a criminal wrong; it is an act or omission that obstructs, damages, or inconveniences the rights of the community.
- Nuisance - Public Nuisance
- Nuisance - Private Nuisance
- Nuisance - Legal Responsibility
- Nuisance - Defenses
- Nuisance - Remedies
- Nuisance - Further Readings
- Other Free Encyclopedias