Statutory Nuisance: A Guide for Professionals
Statutory Nuisance helps deal with concerns amongst local authorities as to when they can serve an abatement notice and when they do, what must be included. Clear, practical advice and guidance on this critical area of law is given through examination of the current regulations and case law concerning nuisance in the forms of breaches of orders and notices, especially in the areas of health and safety, environment and local government.
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