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Definition of Quiet enjoyment

Quiet enjoyment Definition from Law Dictionaries & Glossaries
The 'Lectric Law Library
In leases there are frequently covenants by which the lessor agrees that the lessee shall peaceably enjoy the premises leased; this is called a covenant for quiet enjoyment. This covenant goes to the possession and not to the title. A covenant for quiet enjoyment does not extend as far as a covenant of warranty.

The covenant for quiet enjoyment is broken only by an entry, or lawful expulsion from, or some actual disturbance in, the possession. But the tortious entry of the covenantor, without title, is a breach of the covenant for quiet enjoyment.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.
Courtesy of the 'Lectric Law Library.
Quiet enjoyment Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Nuisance (from archaic nocence, through Fr. noisance, nuisance, from Lat. nocere, "to hurt") is a common law tort. It means that which causes offence, annoyance, trouble or injury. A nuisance can be either public (also "common") or private. A public nuisance was defined by English scholar Sir J. F. Stephen as,

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