Public nuisance

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While public nuisance overlaps with private nuisance, it does not have the definitive requirement of interference with the claimant’s land or property rights. Public nuisance arises where the nuisance affects a larger proportion of people than normal and is therefore 'public' in nature. Public nuisance has been defined as an...

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