119. Acts beyond ordinary user.

119.     Acts beyond ordinary user.

As a general rule, no act can be justified as an ordinary user of premises which in fact results in substantial interference with the ordinary use and enjoyment of property by other persons1. Also a person who injures the property of another or disturbs him in his legitimate enjoyment of it cannot justify that injury or disturbance as being the natural result of the exercise of his own rights of enjoyment, if he exercises his rights in an excessive and extravagant manner2, or, it seems, if the inconvenience or injury