Having said, it can be seen that although claimants must have interest in land to bring an action, defendants does not need not such requirements. Lord Goff in Hunter commented about Malone v Laskey that wife that failed in her claim as she had no property but would have succeeded under negligence if the claim was brought today as negligence is a well-developed area today.
De-Minimis Non Curat Lex- An Action for damages against the defendant cannot be brought if it is shown that the Plaintiff is extra sensitive and an otherwise prudent person would not complain of such non substantive trifle.
In Attorney General V. This can be physical damage, as in St Helen's Smelting Co v Tipping or discomfort and inconvenience. Increasingly, however, cities are being constructed along a neo-liberal paradigm, which prioritises private property over the public, denying and excluding many on the basis of their lack of wealth.
Another difference is that public nuisance is primarily a crime; it only becomes a tort if the claimant can prove that they suffered "special damage" over and above the effects on the other affected people in the "class". This requires a balancing exercise of competing rights often referred to as the principle of give and take.
In the meanwhile, one of the Cattle goes inside the house of another Mr. Public nuisance is generally a criminal wrong but a claimant can sue in tort if he suffered special damage over and above the rest of the community.
Private nuisance requires an unreasonable use of land by the defendant which leads to an unreasonable interference with the claimant's use or enjoyment of their own land.
Such Damages may include both Monetary and Material Compensation. In practice the ears of ministers were assaulted by a confused babble of voices rather than bewitched by the soft whisper of a single plea for inaction.
B can ask for separate damages with respect to the special damage faced by him because of the damage to the Property.