The keeping of any animals1 in such a position or in such circumstances as to cause material discomfort or annoyance to the public in general or to a particular person is a nuisance, public or private, as the case may be2. Thus, in one case, to keep pigs near a public place in a town was held to be an indictable nuisance3; and injunctions have been granted against keeping animals in such circumstances as to cause discomfort or annoyance to neighbours
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