Warner v Lambeth London Borough Council: QBD 26 Mar 1984

A complaint of statutory nuisance laid before the magistrates must contain even if in summary form, similar details as would appear in an abatement notice, including the capacity in which the defendant is served and the steps required to be taken to abate the nuisance complained of. The defence available under section 99 was available to the land owner.
Times 26-Mar-1984
Public Health Act 1936 99
England and Wales
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CitedCarr v Hackney London Borough Council QBD 9-Mar-1995
The council tenant plaintiff alleged a statutory nuisance against the council in the form of condensation, damp and mould in his flat. When it came to the hearing the damp had abated. The magistrates asked whether it was likely to recur. The council . .

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Updated: 08 February 2021; Ref: scu.450968