230. General principles; grounds for refusal.

The principles upon which the court acts in granting or refusing injunctions generally apply to injunctions claimed in respect of nuisance1.

As a rule an injunction to restrain the continuance of an alleged nuisance will not be granted if:


    (1)     the injury caused by the nuisance is trivial or not serious, is one which is capable of being estimated in money and can be adequately compensated by a small money payment; and