Ruling places burden of remedying storm discharge nuisance claims on regulators

In a decision that is unlikely to please any of the parties involved, the High Court has ruled that it is the role of the regulator and not the courts to address nuisance resulting from the discharge of untreated sewage during storms

by Nina Pindham
Nina Pindham: Ruling places the burden of regulation and enforcement squarely on already overstretched regulators
Nina Pindham: Ruling places the burden of regulation and enforcement squarely on already overstretched regulators

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