DISTURBANCE OF COMMONdisturbance of common. At common law, a wrongful interference with, or impediment to, another’s right to commonable property, such as a wrongful fencing or surcharge on the common.
¡°The disturbance of common comes next to be considered; where any act is done, by which the right of another to his common is incommoded or diminished. This may happen, in the first place, where one who hath no right of common, puts his cattle into the land; and thereby robs the cattle of the commoners of their respective shares of the pasture. Or if one, who hath a right of common, puts in cattle which are not commonable, as hogs and goats; which amounts to the same inconvenience.¡± 3 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 237 (1768).
What is the legal equivalence of DISTURBANCE OF COMMON in Chinese?