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Nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher

Nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher

A nuisance is an act, or more usually, a series of acts by one person which interferes with the life of another. There are two types of nuisance: private nuisance which occurs when a person’s use of his land is unreasonably affected by activities carried out by a neighbour on the neighbour’s property; and public nuisance occurs when a person carries out an act which materially affects the comfort and convenience of a whole class of Her Majesty’s subjects.


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