||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 327 (Oct)
|| EWCA Civ 1319
||Court of Appeal Civil Division
Mummery, Tuckey and Wilson LJJ
||Stephen Bickford-Smith (instructed by Child & Child) for the claimant.
||Andrew Francis (instructed by Dawsons) for the defendants.
||26 October 2006
Easement - Light - Interference with light - Defendants' development interfering with light to claimant's property - Claimant seeking mandatory injunction - Whether interference complained of amounting to nuisance - Whether interference entitling claimant to injunction.
A claimant was prima facie entitled to an injunction against a person committing a wrongful act, such as continuing nuisance, which invaded the claimant's legal right.
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