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Public Nuisance Claims Against Property Owners Require Possession or Control

Appellate, Property, Fire and Casualty / June 12, 2014

On June 11, 2014, the Michigan Supreme Court in Sholberg v Truman, case no. 146725, addressed “whether title owners of real property may be held liable for a public nuisance that arose from that property, where someone other than the title owners is in possession of the property, is exercising control over the property, and is the one who created the alleged nuisance.”….


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