Nuisance law is not always the answer to neighbor problems

Pence, Linda L.
June 1994
Indianapolis Business Journal;6/27/94, Vol. 15 Issue 13, Home buying/renovation p9B
Discusses the provisions under the nuisance law of Indiana. Scope of law; Physical discomfort of people; Lack of aesthetic virtue.


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