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Nuisance and Anti-social Behaviour (England) | Responsibilities and Liabilities (England)

Community Protection Notice

16 Jul 2018 | 1 comment

We have been served a Community Protection Notice citing “2 Dumpy bags with rubbish and play equipment in the back yard”. The serving officer agrees with us that these items belong to our tenant. The notice does not advise us of our right to or method of appeal.
However, section 46 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 says that a person issued with a community protection notice may appeal to a magistrates’ court against the notice on any of the following grounds.
1.That the conduct specified in the community protection notice is conduct that the person cannot reasonably be expected to control or affect.
We intend to appeal on the ground that we can not reasonably control our tenant’s behaviour.
Our question is which magistrates’ court should we appeal to? Do we just choose one at random?


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