nuisance in fact

Definition of "nuisance in fact"
  1. It refers to an action, job, or construction determined to be a disturbance based on its particular conditions or environment
How to use "nuisance in fact" in a sentence
  1. The residents argued that the newly built factory was a nuisance in fact because it caused noise disruptions in their otherwise quiet neighborhood.
  2. The city council ruled that the continuous street parade was a nuisance in fact and must therefore discontinue to ensure peaceful living conditions for the residents.
  3. The judge declared the ongoing construction in the residential zone a nuisance in fact due to its disturbing sound levels that were affecting the mental health of the residents.

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