Tenant's Nuisance Claim Against Owner Isn’t an Open-and-Shut Case

What Happened: Sharing an office building with a gym where individuals and classes deliberately dropped free weights to the ground as part of their “Cross Fit” training made it hard for a tenant to carry out its radiation practice in peace. Frustrated with its failure to stop the “constant array of disturbances, excessive vibrations, massive booms, noxious noise and adverse effect on hangers supporting pipes and conduits,” the tenant sued the landlord for nuisance.

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