A private nuisance is interference of another person's use and enjoyment of their property. For example, if your neighbor is making so much noise that you can't sleep in your bedroom, then you may hold the neighbor liable for a private nuisance.
There are two categories of nuisances.
Nuisances Per Se
These are activities of behaviors that are considered nuisances at face value. For such activities, you don't have to prove that the behavior is a nuisance; you just need to prove that the defendant did what you are claiming they did.
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