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Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part 1 Premises where drugs used unlawfully

    1. 1.Closure notice

    2. 2.Closure order

    3. 3.Closure order: enforcement

    4. 4.Closure of premises: offences

    5. 5.Extension and discharge of closure order

    6. 6.Appeals

    7. 7.Access to other premises

    8. 8.Reimbursement of costs

    9. 9.Exemption from liability for certain damages

    10. 10.Compensation

    11. 11.Interpretation

  3. Part 2 Housing

    1. 12.Anti-social behaviour: landlords' policies and procedures

    2. 13.Injunctions against anti-social behaviour on application of certain social landlords

    3. 14.Security of tenure: anti-social behaviour

    4. 15.Demoted assured shorthold tenancies

    5. 16.Proceedings for possession: anti-social behaviour

    6. 17.Devolution: Wales

  4. Part 3 Parental responsibilities

    1. Parenting orders under the 1998 Act

      1. 18.Parenting orders under the 1998 Act

    2. Truancy and exclusion from school

      1. 19.Parenting contracts in cases of exclusion from school or truancy

      2. 20.Parenting orders in cases of exclusion from school

      3. 21.Parenting orders: supplemental

      4. 22.Parenting orders: appeals

      5. 23.Penalty notices for parents in cases of truancy

      6. 24.Interpretation

    3. Criminal conduct and anti-social behaviour

      1. 25.Parenting contracts in respect of criminal conduct and anti-social behaviour

      2. 26.Parenting orders in respect of criminal conduct and anti-social behaviour

      3. 27.Parenting orders: supplemental

      4. 28.Parenting orders: appeals

      5. 29.Interpretation and consequential amendment

  5. Part 4 Dispersal of groups etc.

    1. 30.Dispersal of groups and removal of persons under 16 to their place of residence

    2. 31.Authorisations: supplemental

    3. 32.Powers under section 30: supplemental

    4. 33.Powers of community support officers

    5. 34.Code of practice

    6. 35.Authorisations by British Transport Police

    7. 36.Interpretation

  6. Part 5 Firearms

    1. 37.Possession of air weapon or imitation firearm in public place

    2. 38.Air weapons: age limits

    3. 39.Prohibition of certain air weapons

  7. Part 6 The environment

    1. Noise

      1. 40.Closure of noisy premises

      2. 41.Closure of noisy premises: supplemental

      3. 42.Dealing with noise at night

    2. Penalty notices for graffiti and fly-posting

      1. 43.Penalty notices for graffiti and fly-posting

      2. 44.Meaning of relevant offence

      3. 45.Penalty receipts

      4. 46.Powers of police civilians

      5. 47.Interpretation etc

    3. Removal of graffiti

      1. 48.Graffiti removal notices

      2. 49.Recovery of expenditure

      3. 50.Guidance

      4. 51.Appeals

      5. 52.Exemption from liability in relation to graffiti removal notices

    4. Advertisements

      1. 53.Display of advertisements in contravention of regulations

    5. Aerosol paints

      1. 54.Sale of aerosol paint to children

    6. Waste and litter

      1. 55.Unlawfully deposited waste etc

      2. 56.Extension of litter authority powers to take remedial action

  8. Part 7 Public order and trespass

    1. 57.Public assemblies

    2. 58.Raves

    3. 59.Aggravated trespass

    4. 60.Power to remove trespassers: alternative site available

    5. 61.Failure to comply with direction: offences

    6. 62.Failure to comply with direction: seizure

    7. 63.Common land: modifications

    8. 64.Interpretation

  9. Part 8 High hedges

    1. Introductory

      1. 65.Complaints to which this Part applies

      2. 66.High hedges

      3. 67.Domestic property

    2. Complaints procedure

      1. 68.Procedure for dealing with complaints

      2. 69.Remedial notices

      3. 70.Withdrawal or relaxation of requirements of remedial notices

    3. Appeals

      1. 71.Appeals against remedial notices and other decisions of relevant authorities

      2. 72.Appeals procedure

      3. 73.Determination or withdrawal of appeals

    4. Powers of entry

      1. 74.Powers of entry for the purposes of complaints and appeals

    5. Enforcement powers etc.

      1. 75.Offences

      2. 76.Power to require occupier to permit action to be taken by owner

      3. 77.Action by relevant authority

      4. 78.Offences committed by bodies corporate

    6. Supplementary

      1. 79.Service of documents

      2. 80.Documents in electronic form

      3. 81.Power to make further provision about documents in electronic form

      4. 82.Interpretation

      5. 83.Power to amend sections 65 and 66

      6. 84.Crown application

  10. Part 9 Miscellaneous powers

    1. 85.Anti-social behaviour orders

    2. 86.Certain orders made on conviction of offences

    3. 87.Penalty notices for disorderly behaviour by young persons

    4. 88.Curfew orders and supervision orders

    5. 89.Extension of powers of community support officers etc.

    6. 90.Report by local authority in certain cases where person remanded on bail

    7. 91.Proceedings under section 222 of the Local Government Act 1972: power of arrest attached to injunction

  11. Part 10 General

    1. 92.Repeals

    2. 93.Commencement

    3. 94.Orders and regulations

    4. 95.Money

    5. 96.Extent

    6. 97.Short title

  12. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Demoted tenancies

      1. 1.In the Housing Act 1996 (c. 52) after section 143...

      2. 2.(1) The Housing Act 1985 (c. 68) is amended as...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Curfew orders and supervision orders

      1. Interpretation

        1. 1.In this Schedule “the 2000 Act” means the Powers of...

      2. Curfew orders

        1. 2.(1) Section 37 of the 2000 Act (curfew orders) is...

      3. Supervision orders

        1. 3.After section 64 of the 2000 Act there is inserted—...

        2. 4.(1) Schedule 6 to the 2000 Act (requirements which may...

      4. Consequential amendments

        1. 5.In section 21 of the Children Act 1989 (c. 41)...

        2. 6.(1) Schedule 7 to the 2000 Act (breach, revocation and...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Repeals

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