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John Ross v. Karen Lowitz (A-101-13;

John Ross v. Karen Lowitz (A-101-13; 074200) 
The Court finds no basis for the claims of private nuisance or trespass against the homeowner defendants because there exists no proof of negligence, recklessness, intentional conduct, or the conduct of an abnormally dangerous activity, by these parties. Additionally, the Court declines to expand these causes of action to impose strict liability upon defendants. Plaintiffs cannot proceed with a direct claim against the defendant insurers for breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing contained in the insurance contracts because they do not hold an assignment of rights from the named insured, and there is no evidence that the named insured or her insurers agreed to recognize plaintiffs as third-party beneficiaries of the insurance contracts.