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Article contributed by Geraint Wheatley – Kings Chambers   Does the Tate Modern viewing gallery case amount to evolution or revolution in ‘overlooking’ claims, and more generally? Are the floodgates open?    Case name, reference and Bailii link:  Fearn v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery [2023] UKSC 4    Summary    The Supreme Court clearly sets out the principles to be applied in nuisance cases of all kinds. As a matter of principle, “visual intrusion” can constitute…

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