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The control of nuisance and anti-social behaviour has become a focus of government interest over the last few decades. English law has taken large steps forward compared with many other jurisdictions. With good planning and preparation, many types of behaviour can now be controlled or prevented. The most recent statutory help comes from the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and Injunctions are perhaps the main thrust of the statute because they are most likely to end up in court in contested proceedings.
This guide provides legal practitioners, social landlords, the police, tenants and their advisors with a practical guide to the current law governing the control of antisocial behaviour in England under the 2014 Act, concentrating on injunctions. In a comprehensive, yet accessible format this guide aims to help the reader navigate some of the common challenges associated with the control of nuisance by injunction in publicly and privately owned housing.