Lippiatt v South Gloucestershire County Council 
- The defendants allowed some gypsies to reside on their land, which was adjacent to the claimant’s land
- The gypsies caused a nuisance on the claimant’s land
- Could the claimant sue following Hussain v Lancaster CC ?
- The council’s land was used as a base for the nuisance and there was no highway involved, direct adjacency
- Subtle distinction as Hussain likely decided wrongly
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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