The term Nuisance has been derived from the Latin term nocere or nocumentum and the French word nuire. Which means to do harm or to annoy. The term nuisance literally means annoyance, anything which works hurt, inconvenience or damage or which essentially interfere with the enjoyment of life or property. Ordinarily nuisance means disturbances. But... Continue Reading →


The word "nuisance" is derived from the French word "nuire," which meaning "to injure, annoy, or cause harm." Nuisance is derived from the Latin word "nocere," which meaning "to hurt." There is no precise definition of "nuisance" because it is based on the political, social, and economic factors that exist in that particular country, as... Continue Reading →


Nuisance, according to the most widely accepted meaning, is an unlawful interference with a person’s use and enjoyment of land, or of some claim over, or in connection with it, as defined by Bermingham. As a result, it is an injury or inconvenience suffered by a person while using his property as a result of... Continue Reading →


TYPES OF NUSIANCE: Nuisance can be mainly divided into two parts, namely – Private Nuisance and,Public Nuisance Let’s understand their meanings: PRIVATE NUISANCE: Private nuisance is an obtrusion with a person’s use of land. According to the law, those who own a land or property with legal means possess the rights to use the land... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION Nuisance is one of the most interesting topic in Law of Torts. It plays a vital role in understanding the difference between civil and criminal wrongs. Nuisance can be either public or private, that is, in public nuisance, the wrong which is committed effects a large number of people whereas on the other hand,... Continue Reading →


Nuisance and Negligence are both Specific torts. Torts fall into three general categories: intentional torts (e.g., intentionally causing an injury to a person); negligent torts (e.g., causing an accident by failing to obey traffic rules); and strict liability torts (e.g., liability for making and selling defective products). Intentional torts are wrongs that the defendant knew... Continue Reading →


Introduction An individual possessing a property is qualified for its undisturbed pleasure according to law. In any case, in the event that another person's ill-advised use or satisfaction in his property winds up coming about into an unlawful obstruction with his delight or utilization of that property or of a portion of the rights over... Continue Reading →


The word nuisance has been derived from the French word ‘nuire’ which means, to hurt or to annoy. Ordinarily, nuisance means disturbances. In law of tort it may be described as unlawful interference with a person’s use or enjoyment of land or of some right over, or in connection with it. Kinds of Nuisance  Public Nuisance TortPrivate Nuisance Tort... Continue Reading →

Nuisance in Torts

NUISANCE (Introduction)- Nuisance basically means hurting anyone or causing injury to a person by the deeds of another person. It includes hurting or causing injury to the person by causing nuisance of lands, tenements, or hereditaments and it does not amount to the trespass. The word ‘nuisance’ is derived from the word nuire, to do... Continue Reading →

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