The person injured by a private nuisance may justify its abatement and the entry on his neighbour's land for that purpose1, provided that:
(1) the abatement is not effected in circumstances specially calculated to lead to a breach of the peace2;
(2) no more than the offending portion is removed3;
(3) no unnecessary damage is done4;
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