A plaintiff who allegedly is injured on a private road or crossing that is located in a private office park may not be able to prevail on a public nuisance count, because she may not be able to prove that the condition or conduct complaint about interferes with a right common to the general public.
Apruzzese v. Metro North Commuter Railroad
December 10, 2012
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