This is your essential guide to statutory nuisance, a practice widely used by local authorities and individuals as a means of resolving a range of problems including neighbour noise, pollution, and poor housing quality. Providing a practical breakdown of the law, and a clear demonstration of how it can be applied in practice, this informative book steers practitioners through the drafting process, varying attachment notices, preparing evidence, role of judicial review and potential cost awards. The new second edition of "Statutory Nuisance" is fully up-to-date with the very latest environmental law legislation, and includes brand-new coverage on noise and smell, and criminal procedure.
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Book Review: Statutory Nuisance by Gregory Jones - Reviewed by GavelBasher (06 Jul 2014)
There is a new edition. This is our older review:
THE MOST ACCESSIBLE REVIEW OF MODERN STATUTORY NEGLIGENCE BY THE LEADING EXPERTS
An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers
There are many books now available covering the modern law of negligence, but Robert McCracken’s new edition fills in all the readership gaps in this important field of law.
He, and his fellow Francis Taylor Building colleagues, Gregory Jones and James Pereira, give practical user-friendly guidance for lawyers and all those quasi-legal offices which depend now so much on a detailed knowledge of remedies for “a disparate collection of unacceptable states of affairs” so very relevant in the legacy of Gordon Brown’s Britain of today with the inevitable problems of neighbour unfriendliness which needs to be addressed: McCracken & Co make the areas of complexity much easier to follow for lawyers, non-lawyers and their students. Thank you.