One of the most interesting and least explored questions in the law of property is the effect of zoning ordinances on the law of nuisance. Particularly interesting is the extent to which statutory authorization by zoning can legalize a use of land which, in the absence of a zoning ordinance, would constitute a nuisance. In order to understand this problem fully it is necessary to begin with a general analysis of the law of nuisance and the various classifications into which it has been divided by the courts.
Robert B. Fiske, Jr. S.Ed.,
Real Property - The Effect of Zoning Ordinances on the Law of Nuisance,
Mich. L. Rev.
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