An ongoing act or a condition that interferes with
another’s use or inhabitation of real property.
A nuisance that may easily be repaired or avoided.
A potentially dangerous element or entity on real property
that may attract people, especially children, to use it to their own harm; for
example, a swimming pool.
attractive nuisance doctrine
A nuisance that affects both public and private interests.
nuisance per se
A nuisance that is very dangerous, or in some other way beyond
conventional bounds of acceptability and risk, one that has certainty.
A nuisance that affects private ownership interests.
nuisance that interferes with public interests, including those in health,
safety, and transportation.