Monday, December 28, 2009

Don't be a nuisance


If the noise and vibration of one's gardening work causes physical damage to one's neighbor's property, one must distance his work from that neighbor's property, and one is liable to pay for damages.

The same rule applies if one's work makes it physically impossible for his neighbor to do his own work, in his own property. One must even distance himself if his work is simply causing a headache for the neighbor.

(Code of Jewish Law Choshen Mishpat 155:15)

Have a great day,

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