Nuisance in Fact Law and Legal Definition

Nuisance in fact is an act, occupation, or structure that is considered a nuisance in relation to its circumstances or surroundings. It is a nuisance arising, not from the essential nature of the operation or condition involved, but from the location of the premises, the surroundings, or the manner in which the operation is managed or conducted. It is also called as nuisance per accidens.