Tort Paper on Nuisance

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tort paper on nuisance Nuisance Nuisance is a common law tort. It means that which causes offence, annoyance, trouble or injury Under the common law, persons in possession of real property (land owners, lease holders etc.) are entitled to the quiet enjoyment of their lands. However this doesn't include visitors or those who aren't considered to have an interest in the land. If a neighbour interferes with that quiet enjoyment, either by creating smells, sounds, pollution or any other hazard that extends past the boundaries of the property, the affected party may make a claim in nuisance. Legally, the term nuisance is traditionally used in three ways: ← to describe an activity or condition that is harmful or annoying to others (e.g.,…show more content…
Buyers from around 35 countries visit Tirupur frequently. This small town annually contributes about INR.11000 cores (Rs. 110 billion) in foreign exchange earnings to our country, besides an earning matching or surpassing the above figure to cater the domestic market. In brief, the economic prosperity of Tirupur depends highly on this industry and most of the local people are in one way or another involved in the knitwear business. Has the industries in Tirupur where giving in for the growth in the economy on one hand, on the other they where polluting the environment and causing issues to the daily living of the people over there. The people of Tirupur even filed a case against the Owners of the Textile industries. The following are the issues discussed. The major issues faced by the people are I. Contamination of the water: The following industrial process and production that leads to the economic growth and also environmental issues. Industry and Production Processes: There are six production processes involved in the manufacture of knitted garments: ← Knitting: Knitting is the first step, in which, the fabric is made from yarn. The output is in the form of a hose. ← Scouring: The knitted fabrics are scoured in a bleaching or dyeing unit by boiling with caustic soda in open tanks. The fabric is then washed in
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