As a rule, and subject to legal and equitable defences1, an injunction will be granted to restrain the continuance of a nuisance where the injury done by it is substantial2, or where, however slight the damage may be, the nuisance is a continuing or recurring one, so that it would give rise to a series of actions if no injunction were granted
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