SFI Group plc (formerly Surrey Free Inns plc) v Gosport Borough Council; Regina v Knightsbridge Crown Court ex p Cataldo: CA 29 Mar 1999

When considering the facts of a notice served under the Act, the court must look to the situation at the time when the notice is served, and not at the time when the case or appeal came to be heard. The previous Act used different wordings.
Times 05-Apr-1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1126
Environmental Protection Act 1990 80
England and Wales
Citing:
Resumed fromSurrey Free Inns v Gosport Borough Council CA 12-Jun-1998
A noise abatement notice had been served, and appealed to the magistrates. By the time the matter came before the Crown Court, the bar had been soundproofed. The question then was which was the applicable time.
Held: In view of the contrasting . .

Cited by:
Adjourned toSurrey Free Inns v Gosport Borough Council CA 12-Jun-1998
A noise abatement notice had been served, and appealed to the magistrates. By the time the matter came before the Crown Court, the bar had been soundproofed. The question then was which was the applicable time.
Held: In view of the contrasting . .

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