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  1. Furthermore, if the abatement notice has not been complied with, the EHO has the potent statutory power to abate the nuisance and do whatever may be necessary in the execution of the notice. This power is at the discretion of the EHO and the most obvious expression of this power would be the removal of the noise making equipment.
  2. Apr 19,  · Private nuisance is a civil wrong and a claim can only be brought if you have ownership of land – or rights to be on that land i.e. a tenant. W hat can be an actionable nuisance i.e., that you can sue in a court of law? A nuisance can only become actionable if it is excessive or unreasonable.
  3. NUISANCE ABATEMENT PROCEDURE The procedure through which a nuisance abatement action takes place is set forth generally in N.J.S.A As noted earlier, it is triggered by the adoption of a municipal ordinance designating the public officer and granting her the powers set forth in state law.
  4. May 11,  · Are you a nuisance neighbour? 10 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing it Hoovering after 8pm, hosting a barbecue or letting your kids loose on a garden trampoline could all land you.
  5. =a defense to private nuisance lawsuits that may be used successfully when a plaintiff owns or uses land at a location in which the alleged nuisance activity was previously occurring. The plaintiff is said to have "come to the nuisance" and thus cannot recover against the defendant.
  6. Chronic Nuisance Complaints Chronic Nuisance Property Code. Property where nuisance activity occurs regularly is a blight on the whole neighborhood. The nuisances frighten away law abiding residents, discourage reinvestment and consume police and other city services.
  7. Private nuisance Statutory nuisance Public nuisance - Fire damaged P's land, not nuisance UNLESS It is arising from a dangerous state of affairs (idea that deliberate or foreseeable, not accidental) - D did not have power to enforce conditional access on P as they did, went beyond control powers, unreasonable (WU v BODY CORP).
  8. -What is the most effective way to avoid the problem-Who should have the burden and bear the cost of avoidance-The court consider whether the UTILITY of the actor's conduct outweighs the gravity of the harm to plaintiff, such that, with the payment of money, and perhaps modification of use, the conduct is permitted to continue.

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