Actionable nuisance defined.
Who may sue—Judgment for damages—Warrant for abatement—Injunction.
Issuance and execution of warrant.
Stay of issuance of warrant.
Moral nuisance—Personal property—Effects of notice.
Abate moral nuisance—Enjoin owner.
Maintaining action to abate moral nuisance—Bond.
Moral nuisance—Jurisdiction—Filing a complaint.
Moral nuisance—Restraining order—Violations.
Moral nuisance—Hearing—Notice—Consolidation with trial.
Finding of moral nuisance—Orders.
Abatement of moral nuisance by owner—Effect on injunction.
Moral nuisance—Priority of action on calendar.
Moral nuisance—Effects of admission or finding of guilt.
Moral nuisance—Evidence of reputation—Admissibility.
Moral nuisance—Judgment—Penalties—Disposal of personal property.
Moral nuisance—Violation of injunction—Contempt of court.
Moral nuisance—Property owner may repossess.
Moral nuisance—Immunity of certain motion picture theatre employees.
Houses of lewdness, assignation or prostitution may be abated—Voluntary abatement.
Public nuisance defined.
Public nuisances enumerated.
Private nuisance defined.
Unlawful use of firearm or deadly weapon—Arrest required.
Authorized act not a nuisance.
Successive owners liable.
Abatement does not preclude action for damages.
Nuisance does not become legal by prescription.
Civil action, who may maintain.
Abatement, by whom.
Certain places of resort declared nuisances.
Warrant of abatement.
Stay of warrant.
Costs of abatement.
Agricultural activities and forest practices—Legislative finding and purpose.
Agricultural activities and forest practices—Presumed reasonable and not a nuisance—Exception—Damages.
Agricultural activities and forest practices—Definitions.
Agricultural activities and forest practices—Recovering lawsuit costs—Farmers.
Agricultural activities and forest practices—Recovering costs to investigate complaints—State and local agencies.
Severability—1979 c 122.