Unreasonable Interference Law and Legal Definition

"Unreasonable interference" is defined as “including those acts that significantly interfere with public health, safety, peace, comfort, or convenience, conduct that is contrary to a statute, ordinance, or regulation, or conduct that is of a continuing nature or one which has produced a permanent or long-lasting effect upon the public right, an effect of which the actor is aware or should be aware.” [Cleveland Hous. Renewal Project v. Deutsche Bank Trust Co., 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 19472 (6th Cir. Ohio 2010)].