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Tort Law: Nuisance

Online Activity for the Tort Law of Nuisance

What is the case involving a roller coaster noise disturbance Seilder v. Luna Park Reserve Trust (SC) NSW 1995
What is the case involving a semi-detached house with piano lessons inside case. Christie v. Davey [1893] 1 Ch 316
To protect the general public from unwarranted disturbances. Public Nuisance
The interference suffered is trivial, not substantial Defence to Nuisance
Involves a dispute between neighbours and the law tries to strike a balance between the conflicting rights of a person and the rights of their neighbour Private Nuisance
Created by: cricket is shit