Garden Court’s bulletin of 27 April includes a case note, Thornhill v Sita Metal Recycling Cambridge Ltd  All ER (D) 162, on nuisance, possession of and interest in land. The upshot being that the nature of a claimant’s legal interest in land is by the by for a claim in nuisance, assuming that they are in possession of the land. Granted this is strongly suggested in Hunter v Canary Wharf, but unusual to see a judgment specifically on the topic.
It isn’t on Bailii or indeed Lawtel yet. I’d very much like to do a note on it (and it could also be very useful for me right now as well).
Does anyone have a transcript or copy judgment that they can send me? I’d be very grateful.
[Edit – I now have several copies of the note. Thanks to all. Apparently the full judgment isn’t out yet.]