Any accumulation or deposit which is prejudicial to health1 or a nuisance2 constitutes a statutory nuisance3. Examples of accumulations and deposits which have been held to constitute a statutory nuisance include sheep droppings in a market place4, an accumulation of dung5, manure6, an accumulation of seaweed7, heaps of refuse8, and deposits of cinders9. In order to constitute an accumulation or deposit, there must be some degree of permanence10. An accumulation of inert matter, without any putrescible matter
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