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Book review | Anti-Social Behaviour Law – 2nd edition

Jack Anderson, Paul Greatorex, Damian Falkowski and Benjamin Tankel Jordan Publishing, 2011, £45 ISBN: 978-1846611629

10 June 2012

This is the second edition of a detailed work by four barristers dealing with the law on anti-social behaviour. The law is stated as at 21 March 2011. There has been recent government consultation on putting victims first and achieving more effective responses to anti-social behaviour. The intention is to bring in faster, more effective formal powers, speeding up the eviction of anti-social tenants and improving police powers to stop anti-social behaviour in public places. These powers will no doubt come into force in due course.

This book covers existing legislative powers and processes, and statutory powers of enforcement are fully discussed and illustrated with case law. What will be of value to a variety of different practitioners is the comprehensive coverage of powers to cover specific problems, such as harassment, in both civil and criminal aspects. There are chapters on landlords (including councils), landowner remedies, ...

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