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    I am writing my assignment on private nuisance and looking for an answer on defence of a nuisance of use and enjoyment if the claimant use of land is unlawful , as remote as this may be. Does the claimant have to be using his land lawfully to claim restitution for actionable private nuisance. Is there a prominent case law to cite
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    As an ex university tutor, even if I could, I wouldn't offer any suggestions. One of the reasons for assignments is for the student to develop their own research skills.
    If you are looking for a critique of your thoughts then there is a value in your post.
    Sorry to appear pompous.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Scot22 View Post
      As an ex university tutor, even if I could, I wouldn't offer any suggestions. One of the reasons for assignments is for the student to develop their own research skills.
      If you are looking for a critique of your thoughts then there is a value in your post.
      Sorry to appear pompous.
      No harm in pointing someone in the right direction in my opinion but each to his own.

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      • #4
        Without going into rights and wrongs of pointing students in the right direction, I just wonder what unlawful use would render a claim for a civil tort unactionable, as long as the plaintiff had a legal interest in the land

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        • #5
          I know this is old but surely a tutorial is where a tutor may help the student by discussing an assignment. Doesnít mean prompting gives a good result. Itís not all won or lost on a reference, also havenít you heard of turn it in ?

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