3.9-21 Nuisance -
Revised to January 1,
Most of the following nuisance instructions
contain only the basic elements and do not
include instructions on causation and
damages, which are necessary parts of a
complete charge. In some appellate cases,
causation is included as an element of the
cause of action; see Tomasso Brothers,
Inc. v. October Twenty-four, Inc., 221
Conn. 194, 197 (1992); Filisko v.
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co., 176 Conn. 33,
35-36 (1978); but since it is not included
in some of the following instructions, the
court must be sure to include it in the
charge at an appropriate place.