Private nuisance occurs when one person substantially, unreasonably and unlawfully interferes with another persons’ use and quiet enjoyment of a property. Common examples of private nuisance include loud noises and excessive fumes.
A private nuisance may be in contravention of various laws or instruments such as Council regulations, lease agreements, or OH & S laws.
The Defendant may be liable for nuisance even where they do so unintentionally, recklessly or indirectly.
If you have a nuisance dispute, we recommend you contact our firm and arrange an appointment to see one of our Neighbourhood Disputes Solicitors. Please call us on (02) 9233 4048 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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