Q: If the smell of a llama causes a unusually allergic reaction to an adjacent neighbor can their be a remedy to alleviate
If someone has numerous llamas that stink a smell what can a neighbor do?
A: The neighbor can file what’s called a nuisance lawsuit against the neighbor with the llamas. It is a civil lawsuit that would have to be filed in District Court where the llama property is located.
A: Hello - in Colorado there is a civil claim for nuisance. With that said, more would need to be known about your circumstances to determine how viable such a claim would be.
A: This is called a ‘nuisance’ and could be actionable. Generally, the use must be compatible with the locale. Talk to a local lawyer.
A: I agree with the others. However, an established concept in many jurisdictions is that it depends on who was there first. If the Llamas were there before you moved, and you moved anyway, that is sometimes called "coming to the nuissance" --assuming it's a nuissance. In a rural ag area, ag operations that smell like ag operations aren't a nuissance.
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