The Elements for the Claim of Nuisance in Nevada
In Nevada, the elements for a claim of nuisance are:
- Unreasonable, unwarrantable, or unlawful use of one’s own property;
- Cause of a sustainable/unreasonable interference of another’s enjoyment;
- Interferes with another’s enjoyment of their own property; and
- Such that the law will presume consequential damages.
NRS 40.140; D.S. Edwards v. Emperor’s Garden Rest., 122 Nev. 317, 130 P.3d 1280, 1288 (2006); Jezowski v. Reno, 71 Nev. 233, 240, 286 P.2d 257 (1955).
See elements for other claims at the Nevada Law Library
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