nuisance

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nuisance

Anything that causes inconvenience, annoyance, or disturbance of normal physiology.
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Citizens are alleging that the gatherings at the Stronghold compound on Abbott Kinney are somehow a nuisance to their right to quiet enjoyment of the neighborhood.
"All our tenants have the right to quiet enjoyment of their homes.
He would be giving up some rights, especially the right to quiet enjoyment. Because the property is adversely affected, an owner is entitled to a real estate damage award and possible additional compensation for relocation and moving costs.