Any premises1 that are in such a state as to be prejudicial to health2 or a nuisance3 constitute a statutory nuisance4. Examples of premises that have been found to constitute a statutory nuisance5 include:
(1) premises with inadequate insulation against external noise caused by trains6;
(2) premises rendered prejudicial to health by problems emanating from other premises7;
(3) premises that suffer from dampness and mould growth8.
Examples of premises that have been held not to constitute a statutory nuisance include:
(a) a dwelling house with stained and peeling internal walls which were in need of decorative repair and which caused
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