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date: 19 September 2020

statutory nuisance 

Source:
A Dictionary of Agriculture and Land Management
Author(s):

Will Manley,

Katharine Foot,

Andrew Davis

Provision within the law in the *United Kingdom which allows *local authorities to require an activity to be stopped or reduced if it is causing problems for others (in relation to a number of defined issues including premises that are kept in a poor state, noise, smoke, smells/dust, artificial light, insect infestations, animals, or other accumulations such as rubbish). The ... ...

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