107. Private nuisance.

107.     Private nuisance.

A private nuisance is one which interferes with a person's use or enjoyment of land or of some right1 connected with land2. It is thus a violation of a person's private rights as opposed to a violation of rights which he enjoys in common with all members of the public. The ground of the responsibility is ordinarily the creation of the nuisance, and the person who creates a nuisance is liable even if does not have occupation or control of the land from which the nuisance proceeds3.