Most people will find themselves in need of some type of medication during their lifetimes. It is not unusual for some of these medications to fall into the category of a controlled substance along with other types of drugs that may not necessarily have medicinal uses. In fact, it is common for drug-related charges to stem from illegal acts involving controlled substances.
An older sibling may call their younger sibling a nuisance when the latter messes with the former's possessions or otherwise terrorizes them with their pestering and chides. In effect, the sibling accused of being a nuisance has disrupted the enjoyment of the other's day and has caused them to suffer emotional distress. This simple example closely follows what it means for a nuisance to exist in the realm of land use law and will be further developed throughout this post.
Creating an individual estate plan is an important step for any New Jersey resident. Even individuals who do not believe their financial or familial situation warrants an estate plan can take control of their end-of-life decisions. Their goals and objectives can often be accomplished with the help of local estate planning attorneys.