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Appeals against graffiti removal notices
NC7To move the following Clause:
'(1) A person on whom a removal notice has been served under section 1(1)(a) above, or the owner of the structure, apparatus or plant which include a surface to which a removal notice has been affixed under section 1(1)(b) above may appeal to a magistrates' court on any of the following grounds
(3) Where the grounds upon which an appeal under this Act is brought include a ground specified in subsection (1) (c) above, the appellant shall serve a copy of his notice of appeal on each other person referred to in the notice of appeal.'.
Removal of graffiti at request of owner
NC8To move the following Clause:
'(1) Where there is graffiti to which this section applies in the area of a local authority on a surface to which this Act applies and the owner of the structure, apparatus or plant which include that surface requests that authority to remove or obliterate that graffiti, the authority may do so and they may recover from the said owner the expenses reasonably incurred by them in so doing.
(2) Graffiti to which this section applies includes any writing, letter, picture, device or representation, and any advertisement within the meaning of the Act of 1990, other than an advertisement for the display of which deemed or express consent has been granted under the Act of 1990 or regulations made thereunder.'.
NC9To move the following Clause:
'(1) In this section and sections (Graffiti removal notices) (Appeals against graffiti removal notices) (Removal of graffiti at request of owner)
"the Act of 1990" means the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (c. 8);
"local authority" means
(2) A surface to which this section and sections (Graffiti removal notices) (Appeals against graffiti notices) (Removal of graffiti at request of owner) applies is the surface of any structure, apparatus or plant situated in or on any road, where that surface is readily visible from a place to which the public has access.'.
Anti-social behaviour orders and the burden of proof
Mr Graham Allen
NC10To move the following Clause:
'In granting an Anti-Social Behaviour Order, a court shall require the standard of proof of a civil proceeding.'.
Deliberate despoiling and/or mis-use of land
Mr Oliver Letwin
NC11To move the following Clause
'(1) The Chief Executive Officer of the relevant local authority may make an eviction order in relation to premises to which this section applies if he reasonably believes that
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this section shall be liable on summary conviction to
RESOLUTION OF THE PROGRAMMING SUB-COMMITTEE [29th APRIL 2003]That
(1) during proceedings on the Anti-social Behaviour Bill the Standing Committee, in addition to its first sitting on Tuesday 6th May at 10.30 a.m., shall meet on that day at 4.30 p.m. and thereafter on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9.10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.;
(2) 12 sittings shall be allotted to the consideration of the Bill in Committee;
(3) the proceedings shall be taken in the order specified in the Table below;
(4) the proceedings specified in the first column of the Table shall be brought to a conclusion (unless already concluded) at the time specified in the second column of the Table.
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