My Neighbor is Interfering With the Use and Enjoyment of My Property
If you consider your neighbor’s use of his or her property as an interference with your use and enjoyment of your property, you may have a claim for nuisance. You don’t have to show that what your neighbor is doing is unlawful in order to prove a valid nuisance claim, but you do have to show that it’s unreasonable and that it interferes unreasonably with your use and enjoyment of your property. You may also have to prove that any benefits your neighbor is realizing from his or her conduct does not outweigh the harm you suffer.
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