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Boomer v. Atlantic Cement

309 N.Y.S.2d 312 (N.Y. 1970)

tl;dr: Permanent damages may be more appropriate than a permanent injunction to remedy nuisance where the costs of injunction would far outweigh the benefits.

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Facts:The Atlantic Cement Company had a cement plant near the...

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