Statutory nuisance under the Public Health Act

The provisions of the Public Health Act 1936 concerning statutory nuisances provide local authorities with extensive powers to control many forms of pollution. But both the terms used in the legislation and existing case-law raise considerable doubts as to the precise scope of these powers.

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