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Equity jurisdiction, waste and nuisance

a collection of cases with notes

by Lewis, William Draper

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Published by International Printing Co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waste, Disposal of -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Nuisances -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Equity -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Injunctions -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEquity jurisdiction, nuisances.
    Statementby Wm. Draper Lewis and Miriam McConnell
    ContributionsMcConnell, Miriam
    The Physical Object
    Pagination205 p. ;
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24154795M
    OCLC/WorldCa64015978

      Over all the foregoing torts, namely, waste, trespass to land, and nuisance either to land or to incorporeal property (including infringements of such lawful monopolies as patents and copyrights), equity exercises a jurisdiction of greater or less extent; and it may be stated as a general rule, that, whenever the injury caused by a tort belonging to either of these classes . An essay on waste, nuisance, and trespass, chiefly with reference to remedies in equity; treating of the law of timber, mines, lights, water, support, .

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . The obscurity of the origin of equity jurisdiction in the Court of Chancery, from which American equity jurisdiction emanates, highlights the troubled history of the continuing wrongs theory (Story, Commentaries on Equity Jurisdiction as Administered in England and America §§ 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, at 42, , [Lyon, 14th ed., ]).

    Action for waste. Waste pending year for redemption; injunction. NUISANCE; ACTION. Anything which is injurious to health, or indecent or offensive to the senses, or an obstruction to the free use of property, so as to interfere with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property, is a nuisance. An action may be.   Trespass is intentionally going on land that belongs to someone else or putting something on someone else’s property and refusing to remove it. This part of tort law shows how strongly the law values the rights of property owners. The right to enjoy your property without interference from others is also found in common law of nuisance.


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That equity has jurisdiction over nuisance when the other remedies of the injured person, either'at common law or by his own action, are insufficient, is universally acknowledged. From the very nature of the acts causing the injury we can hardly imagine a case of nuisance waste and nuisance book which an action for damages is an adequate remedy.

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Since takingFile Size: 1MB. Equitable Remedies and Principled Discretion: The Michigan Experience KEVIN C. KENNEDY" I. INTRODUCTION The term "equity" is often misunderstood and, as a consequence, often misapplied by courts when asked to grant an equitable remedy.

In abroad jurispmdential sense, equity means the power to do justice. Equity jurisdiction can be a source of fascination and fulfilment. However, not everybody has that turn of mind.

In fact, there is historical justification for the view that the legal profession of NSW owes its present strong tradition in Equity to the fact that, in the early years of the Supreme Court of NSW, the Equity jurisdiction was.

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Administration of equity B Limits and Nature of Equity Jurisdiction 7 Possibilities of equity jurisdiction. 6: Voluntary and involuntary transfers of purchasers rights Liability of vendor or purchaser for waste. justification of acts which by the general rules of law constitute a nuisance, unless the acts complained of are authorized by the express terms of the statute.

under which the justification is made, or by the plainest and most necessary. implication from the powers expressly conferred, so that it can be fairly stated.

Equity Jurisdiction, Waste and Nuisance: A Collection of Cases with Notes Be the first to write a Rating: % positive. Koll Center Pkwy, Pleasanton, CA master_ In legal theory, what's called a private nuisance occurs whenever someone prevents or disturbs your use or enjoyment of your property.

For example, if your neighbor lets his dog bark all night, preventing you from sleeping, that's a private nuisance. If the barking Missing: Equity jurisdiction.

The book in its present form contains five articles written in the last years of the author's life, and a carefully prepared index. The reader will find in this volume the same power of historical research, of critical analysis, and of illuminating generalization that distinguished Professor Langdell's "Summary of Equity Pleading," a book.

Supreme and District Courts The links in each Benchbook entry link to a copy of the judgment on either the Supreme Court library website or, for reported cases, to the relevant subscription service. If you do not have access to the subscription services, a version of the judgment can generally be located by searching the citation (e.g.

[] 1 Missing: Equity jurisdiction. Over all the foregoing torts, namely, waste, trespass to land, and nuisance either to land or to incorporeal property (including infringements of such lawful monopolies as patents and copyrights), equity exercises a jurisdiction of greater or less extent; and it may be stated as a general rule, that, whenever the injury caused by a tort belonging to either of these classes.

By the end of this chapter you should be able to: understand the original policy that led to the introduction of the various equitable remedies. appreciate a number features which underlie the granting of equitable remedies. identify the pre-requisites for the granting of an injunction and the various types of injunctions that exist.

The Supreme Court identified the responsibilities of local bodies towards the protection of environment and developed the law of public nuisance in the Code of Criminal procedure as a potent instrument for enforcement of their duties.

in Legal Control of Environmental Pollution, op. cit., g: Equity jurisdiction. Nuisance suits, in environmental law, pertain mostly to practices and property uses that encroach upon a neighbors right to enjoy their own property.

The nuisance must constitute an unreasonable and objectionable public or private use of one’s land to the detriment of another’s. In environmental law, many public nuisances are considered g: Equity jurisdiction. Waste and Nuisance Clauses.

Tenants have a duty not to commit waste. Waste affects an important and substantial part of the rented property and changes its characteristic appearance, its fundamental purpose, or its use. Even if the waste changes the property in a positive way, the tenant still has committed waste because the tenant did not.Nuisance may result in a detriment to health, but a detriment to health need not be proved to show a private nuisance.

Mitchell v. Hines, Mich ; 9 NW2d (). In Michigan the circuit courts have jurisdiction to hear cases based upon nuisance. All claims based on or to abate nuisance may be brought in the circuit court.The expression “action” means an action in the court but is defined to exclude actions under Pt 3 Div 8 (the court’s equitable jurisdiction) and Pt 4 (criminal matters): s 4 of the Act; Nelson v Fernwood Fitness Centre Pty Ltd [] FCA at [5].

The requirement that the jurisdiction be exercised “in any action” has been construed strictly, and must be directly referable to a.