All about damage and nuisance by tenants
vide for an appropriate remedy for breach of these conditions and for indemnities in favour of the landlord in order to protect the landlord against third party actions during the pendency of the tenancy.
In 1947, in the matter of State of Worthington’s Cash Store (in a UK court), an action was brought by the plaintiff against an occupier of premises, whereby the plaintiff was injured by the fall of snow that had accumulated on the roof of the defendant. She claimed damages alleging nuisance. It was held that the defendant had done nothing to abate the nuisance and was accordingly held liable for nuisance and negligence. The remedies for nuisance are injunction and damages.