Robinson v Kilvert [1889]


  • The claimant rented the ground floor of the defendant’s factory
  • The claimant stored paper in the factory which was damaged by heat from the defendant’s boiler


  • Could a claim in nuisance be made?


  • No


  • No claim where the claimant’s property is particularly sensitive
  • Normal paper would have been unaffected by the boiler’s heat
RELATED CASE  Nettleship v Weston [1971]

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