To fix a problem: such as cutting the overgrown grass on your city property. To remove fowl smelling or noisy stuff from your backyard, due to their unreasonableinterference with your neighbors’ right to quite enjoyment of their own properties. Other examples could be noisy airports, channeling water onto a neighbor's property, unreasonable noise or dust from a factory, building and safety codes violations, encroachments to other’s property and so on. The actual resolving of a problem, which causes private or public nuisance is called abatement.
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