A claim for private nuisance is only maintainable by a person having an interest in the land affected by the alleged nuisance1. In relation to building and engineering work, nuisance consists of acts or omissions generally connected with the use or occupation of land which causes damage to another person in connection with that other person's use of land or interference with the enjoyment of land or of some other rights connected with the land. It also consists of acts or omissions which have been designated or treated by statute as nuisances. Building
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