nuisance at law

Definition of "nuisance at law"
  1. An activity or situation that, by its very nature, automatically breaks the law and causes a disturbance
How to use "nuisance at law" in a sentence
  1. The factory's extensive pollution was deemed a nuisance at law due to its damage to the local environment.
  2. Playing loud music in a residential area late at night might be considered a nuisance at law.
  3. The uncontrolled waste disposal by the company can be categorized as a nuisance at law.

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