Where, after taking all the circumstances into consideration, an annoyance is such as to amount to a nuisance, it cannot be justified on the ground that:
(1) the place is a suitable or convenient one for the performance of the act which occasions the nuisance1; or that
(2) it arises from the carrying on of a trade, lawful in itself and properly conducted, for purposes necessary and beneficial to the community2; or that
(3) it arises from the defendant's use of his own property in a common and useful manner and for his own
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