The main distinctions between trespass and nuisance in the context of property
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Case Title: Municipal Corporation of Delhi vs Subhagwanti & Others
Citation: 1966 AIR 1750
Name of the Court: Supreme Court of India
Name of the Judges: Hon'ble Justice K. Subba Rao,
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because of the sovereign immunity doctrine. The Federal Torts Claims Act,
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