A person is not entitled by applying his property to extraordinary or unreasonable uses or purposes to impose upon his neighbours burdens which, in the ordinary course of things, they are not called upon to bear1. Examples of such extraordinary or unreasonable user are interference with the course of natural agencies or conditions2, use of premises for unusual and unsuitable purposes3 and use of premises for dangerous purposes or purposes which involve the escape of noxious fumes or vapours4.
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