July 11, 2011
A constant reminder of death, naturally caused to those in the vicinity of a funeral home, is bound to have a depressing effect upon persons who have sought a quiet street and established it for a long time, and tends to impair right to enjoy life, liberty and pursuit of happiness.
Williams v. Montgomery, 186 So. 302 (Miss. 1939)
Suggested by Charles R. Adams III, Adjunct Professor; Mercer Law School; Author, Georgia Law of Torts; Fort Valley, GA