For a right of action in respect of a nuisance to lie at the suit of a reversioner, the injury complained of must be such that, from its permanent1 character or otherwise2, it is necessarily prejudicial to the reversion3, that is to say it must be something the effects of which will continue to the time when the reversion will come into possession, or something which operates as a denial of right of the reversioner
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