Sewerage undertaker's liability for statutory nuisance

The High Court has held that a sewerage undertaker was not liable for sewer flooding at a private property on the grounds that the pipe in question did not fall within its responsibility. The case is a good illustration of the extent to which definitions in long extant legislation can still determine the outcome of contemporary litigation, and the complex historical investigations often required in such cases to determine the party responsible in law.

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