Defendant had unlawfully double parked his car, thereby blocking plaintiffs' car which was parked at the curb. Plaintiffs sued for $25, alleging only discomfort and inconvenience as their damage. Defendant moved for judgment on the pleading. Held, the complaint states a good cause of action on a public nuisance theory. Harnik v. Levine, Municipal Court of City of New York, 106 N.Y.S. (2d) 460 (1951).
James I. Huston S.Ed.,
TORTS-FALSE IMPRISONMENT-PUBLIC NUISANCE-LIABILITY FOR DOUBLE PARKING,
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