Duhaime's Law Dictionary


Wrongful Invasion Definition:

In the context of the tort of nuisance, the enjoyment of property rights of another.

Wrongful invasion is a sub-concept of the tort of nuisance. Consider these words of Justice Fain of the Court of Appeals of Ohio in Banford:

"Traditionally, nuisance is defined as the wrongful invasion of a legal right or interest.

"Wrongful invasion encompasses the use and enjoyment of property or of personal rights and privileges.”

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