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21-10-1      Acts and omissions constituting nuisances.
21-10-2      Acts under statutory authority not deemed nuisance.
21-10-3      Public and private nuisances defined.
21-10-4      Public nuisance not legalized by lapse of time.
21-10-5      Remedies against nuisances enumerated.
21-10-6      Abatement of nuisance--Notice required--Taxing cost of abatement--Civil action.
21-10-7      Damages for past injury recoverable after abatement.
21-10-8      Liability of successive owners for continuing nuisance.
21-10-9      Persons entitled to maintain civil action against nuisance--Injunction and damages recoverable.
21-10-10      House of ill fame declared nuisance--Injunction and abatement.
21-10-11      State's attorney or citizen entitled to maintain action for injunction against house of ill fame.
21-10-12      Temporary injunction against house of ill fame--Proof required--Notice to defendant.
21-10-13      Binding effect on defendant of injunction against house of ill fame--Violation as contempt.
21-10-14      Approval required for dismissal of action against house of ill fame--Substitution of parties plaintiff.
21-10-15      Action against house of ill fame triable at first term of court--Evidence of reputation admissible.
21-10-16      Costs taxable to plaintiff on finding of no reasonable ground.
21-10-17      Order of abatement against house of ill fame--Removal and sale of property--Building closed--Use of building as contempt.
21-10-18      Officer's fees for enforcing order of abatement against house of ill fame--Proceeds of sale of property.
21-10-19      Release of property to owner on payment of costs and filing of bond--Conditions of bond--Effect of release.
21-10-20      Punishment of violations of injunction--Arrest and trial--Penalty.
21-10-21 to 21-10-24. Repealed.
21-10-25      Costs assessed against plaintiff in certain farm operation nuisance actions.
21-10-25.1      State policy to protect agricultural operations from nuisance suits.
21-10-25.2      Certain agricultural operations protected--Poultry or livestock operations--Protected status transferable.
21-10-25.3      Agricultural operation defined.
21-10-25.4      Damages due to water pollution or land overflow not affected by protected status.
21-10-25.5      Agricultural operation within municipality not protected.
21-10-25.6      Frivolous action against agricultural operation--Costs and expenses recoverable.
21-10-26      Logging slash defined.
21-10-27      Abandonment of logging slash as public nuisance--Penalty.
21-10-28      Use or operation of sport shooting range.
21-10-28.1      Significant threat to human life or private habitations.
21-10-29      Injunction not available to certain adversely affected property owners.
21-10-30      Recovery based on negligence or willful or wanton misconduct not precluded.
21-10-31      Provisions inapplicable where substantial change in primary use has occurred.
21-10-32      Regulation of sport shooting ranges not prohibited.
21-10-33      Sport shooting range defined.
21-10-34      Prospective application of ยงยง 21-10-28 to 21-10-33.

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