In Clement v. Burtis (121 N.Y. 708) the court had under consideration the following clause in a deed: "Upon the express condition, nevertheless, that the said party of the second part * * * shall not at any time or times hereafter erect, place or permit or suffer to be erected, placed or put or remain in or upon the said premises * * * any building or erection, or carry on any business which shall or may cause or become a nuisance to others owning lands or contiguous thereto.Summary of this case from Dieterlen v. Miller
Submitted June 16, 1890
Decided June 24, 1890
H.C. Conrady for appellants.
H.C.M. Ingraham for respondent.
EARL, J., reads for affirmance.