(3) Recently, however, states and other governmental entities have either sought or been persuaded to retain private contingency counsel to pursue public nuisance
The second part looks at the development of the doctrine of public nuisance
and its current status in both scholarly and judicial writing.
To address this failing, I propose the recognition of a new type of public nuisance
for the failure to test chemical substances.
The State failed to present evidence that the company's products or actions caused a public nuisance
The developer had complained the pigs were smelly and they constituted a public nuisance
that was detrimental to his investment.
All three were found guilty of conspiracy to commit public nuisance
. Tai and Chan were also convicted of incitement to commit public nuisance
although all three were acquitted of incitement to incite public nuisance
"(The public nuisance
claim) has always been our best, most powerful and consequential cause of action," Hunter said.
Male located in nearby woods arrested for criminal damage and causing a public nuisance
A 31-year-old man, Emmanuel Alawo, was on Wednesday sentenced to 60 days imprisonment by a Karmo Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, for constituting a public nuisance
The Swahns eventually sought to nonsuit their public nuisance
claim but the Hussains objected, as was their right, because they had a pending counterclaim.
The man, in his 20s, came down voluntarily from the 47m (154ft) bridge tower and was arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance
. Highways England said it was deeply concerned and that "a person has put their life at serious risk".
The complaint asserted five causes of action, alleging, among other things, negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress, criminal nuisance under Penal Law [section] 240.45, public nuisance
, and violation of General Business Law [section] 349.