nuisance

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nuisance

Anything that causes inconvenience, annoyance, or disturbance of normal physiology.
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Likewise, the covenant of quiet enjoyment is a common law doctrine that insures an owner or tenant against a disturbance of his or her right to possess or use property.
For a landlord and tenant to co-exist in harmony, it is wise to think ahead and take all steps to minimise any future claim for compensation by the tenant for breach of covenant of quiet enjoyment.
Although it was clear that Groff breached its proprietary lease with plaintiff by failing to deliver the promised loft for mixed use and by breaching the covenant of quiet enjoyment by requiring plaintiff to discontinue the use of the studio portion of the loft, the trial court could not grant judgment to plaintiff because she was unable to prove measurable damages.

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