Nuisance

  • 101 The Nuisance — Infobox Film name = The Nuisance image size = caption = director = Jess Robbins producer = Albert E. Smith writer = Jess Robbins narrator = starring = Oliver Hardy music = cinematography = editing = distributor = released = January, 1921 runtime …

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  • 102 attractive nuisance doctrine — A legal doctrine that makes a property owner responsible for harm caused by leaving a piece of equipment or other condition on the property that would be both attractive and dangerous to curious children. Examples of attractive nuisances are… …

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  • 103 Nazty Nuisance — The Last Three redirects here. For the fictional Venusians, see Last Three of Venus. Nazty Nuisance Directed by Glenn Tryon Produced by Glenn Tryon Written by Earle Snell (original screenplay) Clarence Marks (original scre …

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  • 104 statutory nuisance — Under Part III of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, district councils and London Borough Councils are under a duty to inspect their areas for statutory nuisances and investigate complaints. If the authority considers a nuisance likely to… …

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  • 105 public nuisance — noun a nuisance that unreasonably interferes with a right that is common to the general public a public nuisance offends the public at large • Syn: ↑common nuisance • Hypernyms: ↑nuisance …

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  • 106 Attractive nuisance doctrine — Attractive nuisance redirects here. For the album, see Attractive Nuisance. Under the attractive nuisance doctrine of the law of torts, a landowner may be held liable for injuries to children trespassing on the land if the injury is caused by a… …

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  • 107 common nuisance — see nuisance Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 108 public nuisance — public nuisances N COUNT: usu sing If something or someone is, or causes, a public nuisance, they break the law by harming or annoying members of the public. [LEGAL] ...the 45 day jail sentence he received for causing a public nuisance after… …

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  • 109 commit a nuisance —    to urinate in public    Usually of a male, where commit meant perform and nuisance is legal jargon for an offensive act:     These are the same naughty young men who Commit a Nuisance ... Or it could be some old rustic twelve pinter who is… …

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  • 110 private nuisance — A nuisance which threatens injury to one or a few persons. McFarlane v Niagara Falls, 247 NY 340, 160 NE 391, 57 ALR 1. A nuisance which violates only private rights and produces damages to one or to no more than a few persons. Riggins v District …

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  • 111 abatable nuisance — noun a nuisance that can remedied (suppressed or extinguished or rendered harmless) the continued existence of an abatable nuisance is not authorized under the law • Hypernyms: ↑nuisance …

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  • 112 make a nuisance of yourself — phrase to do something that causes difficulty or trouble for other people I hope the kids didn’t make too much of a nuisance of themselves. Thesaurus: to cause problems for someone or somethingsynonym Main entry: nuisance …

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  • 113 Private nuisance — Private Pri vate (?; 48), a. [L. privatus apart from the state, peculiar to an individual, private, properly p. p. of privare to bereave, deprive, originally, to separate, fr. privus single, private, perhaps originally, put forward (hence, alone …

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  • 114 Public nuisance — Public Pub lic, a. [L. publicus, poblicus, fr. populus people: cf. F. public. See {People}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the people; belonging to the people; relating to, or affecting, a nation, state, or community; opposed to {private}; as, the… …

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  • 115 abatable nuisance — n. A nuisance that can be reduced. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 116 public nuisance — UK / US noun Word forms public nuisance : singular public nuisance plural public nuisances 1) [countable/uncountable] legal an activity that offends most of the people in a place, for example being noisy or showing offensive sexual behaviour 2)… …

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  • 117 abatement of nuisance — The extinction or termination of a nuisance whether effected physically by or under the direction of the party injured by the nuisance, or by suit instituted by him. See summary abatement …

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  • 118 assize of nuisance — A common law writ for nuisance with the two fold purpose of abatement and the recovery of damages. At common law this writ did not lie against the alienee of a wrongdoer, for the purchaser was to take the land in the same condition it was… …

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  • 119 common nuisance — A public nuisance, that is a condition of things which is prejudicial to the health, comfort, safety, property, sense of decency or morals of the citizens at large, resulting either from an act not warranted by law, or from neglect of a duty… …

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  • 120 per accidens nuisance — An act, occupation, or structure not a nuisance per se, but one which may become a nuisance by reason of circumstances, location, or surroundings. 39 Am J1st Nuis § 11 …

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