Civil proceedings for a nuisance may take the form of:
(1) an action for private nuisance1;
(2) an action for public nuisance by the Attorney General either alone or on the relation of a local authority or private individual2;
(3) an action for public nuisance by a local authority on behalf of the inhabitants of its area3; or
(4) an action for public nuisance by a private individual or local authority4.
Civil proceedings brought by or in the name of the Attorney General or by a local authority or by a private individual to restrain the commission or continuation of
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