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Question 1: ________) that describes what activities are acceptable in a given location.
Zoning in the United StatesPlanning permissionDevelopment control in the United KingdomZoning

Question 2: Writers such as John Murphy of the ________ have popularised the idea that Rylands forms a separate, though related, tort.
University of LiverpoolLancaster UniversityLiverpool John Moores UniversityUniversity of Manchester

Question 3: In theory, the permanent damage amount should be the ________ of all future damages suffered by the plaintiff.
Bond (finance)Net present valueCorporate financeDiscounted cash flow

Question 4: This section incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Intellectual propertyCopyright infringementCopyrightPublic domain

Question 5: Similar offices were established across the ________.
Informal EmpireNauruBarbadosBritish Empire

Question 6: A ________ was defined by English scholar Sir J.
English criminal lawRecklessness (law)Public nuisanceIncitement

Question 7: Nuisance is one of the oldest causes of action known to the common law, with cases framed in nuisance going back almost to the beginning of recorded ________.
LawyerShariaCivil law (legal system)Case law

Question 8: The ________ movement has been involved in analyzing the most efficient choice of remedies given the circumstances of the nuisance.
Law and economicsEconometricsMicroeconomicsHeterodox economics

Question 9: The boundaries of the tort are potentially unclear, due to the public/private nuisance divide, and existence of the rule in ________.
Rylands v FletcherBreaking the chainEnglish tort lawBolam v Friern Hospital Management Committee

Question 10: However, with the development of the courts of equity, the remedy of an injunction became available to prevent a defendant from repeating the activity that caused the nuisance, and specifying punishment for ________ if the defendant is in breach of such an injunction.
BoredomAngerEmotionContempt







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