Andreae v Selfridge and Co. Ltd

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(1938) Ch 1 The plaintiff occupied land from which she operated a hotel. The defendant owned the surrounding land and carried out extensive demolition work on this land for rebuilding purposes. The plaintiff sued the defendant for nuisance arising out of the dust and noise and claimed that she had lost significant custom as...

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