The making, or causing to be made, of such a noise or vibration as materially interferes1 with the ordinary comfort of the neighbouring inhabitants, when judged by the standard previously stated2, is an actionable nuisance and one for which an injunction may be granted3. It is no excuse that the place where it is made is in a noisy neighbourhood if the nuisance complained of is a material addition to the noise already existing4, or that the best known means have been taken to prevent or reduce the noise5, or that the cause of the nuisance is the exercise
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