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Unformatted text preview: and filed suit in a Mississippi State Court against the saloon. The court enjoined the defendant from opening doors and windows when music was playing and stated that it had to prevent its patrons from loitering in the street. Both parties appealed to the Mississippi Supreme Court. ISSUE: May a real property owner still have exclusive rights to their property when that use disturbs the quiet enjoyment of other owners of real property? DECISION: No. REASONING: The Supreme Court sided with the lower courts’ decision. The court stated that the saloon unreasonably interfered with the Biglane’s rights. A land owner may not use his land that will unreasonably annoy, inconvenience, or harm others....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2009 for the course LW 270 taught by Professor Wears during the Spring '09 term at Clarkson University .
- Spring '09