ravi@88 15 June 2017
Raveena Kataria (Advocate ) 21 June 2017
Technically, nuisance caused by a person can be subject to a civil suit if it has affected one directly or personally, and not the general public at large. (Public nuisance is a crime.) In order to claim damages on grounds of private nuisance, you have to prove to the court that your neighbor's activities caused interference enough to cause some kind of property damage or to contribute to your personal discomfort in some manner. Also your claims must hold weight, it shouldn't be merely a slight inconvenience.