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3.9-21  Nuisance - Introductory Note

Revised to January 1, 2008

Most of the following nuisance instructions contain only the basic elements and do not include instructions on causation and damages, which are necessary parts of a complete charge.  In some appellate cases, causation is included as an element of the cause of action; see Tomasso Brothers, Inc. v. October Twenty-four, Inc., 221 Conn. 194, 197 (1992); Filisko v. Bridgeport Hydraulic Co., 176 Conn. 33, 35-36 (1978); but since it is not included in some of the following instructions, the court must be sure to include it in the charge at an appropriate place.




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