Public nuisance

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In reference to highways, nuisance can be defined as: '... any wrongful act or omission upon or near a highway, whereby the public are prevented from freely, safely, and conveniently passing along the highway.' (Jacobs v LCC [1950] AC 361.) The cases on highways revolve around the reasonableness of the defendant's use....

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