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Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

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79Service of noticesE+W
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(1)A closure notice, an extension notice, a cancellation notice or a variation notice must be served by—

(a)a constable, in the case of a notice issued by a police officer;

(b)a representative of the authority that issued the notice, in the case of a notice issued by a local authority.

(2)The constable or local authority representative must if possible—

(a)fix a copy of the notice to at least one prominent place on the premises,

(b)fix a copy of the notice to each normal means of access to the premises,

(c)fix a copy of the notice to any outbuildings that appear to the constable or representative to be used with or as part of the premises,

(d)give a copy of the notice to at least one person who appears to the constable or representative to have control of or responsibility for the premises, and

(e)give a copy of the notice to the people who live on the premises and to any person who does not live there but was informed (under section 76(6)) that the notice was going to be issued.

(3)If the constable or local authority representative reasonably believes, at the time of serving the notice, that there are persons occupying another part of the building or other structure in which the premises are situated whose access to that part will be impeded if a closure order is made under section 80, the constable or representative must also if possible serve the notice on those persons.

(4)The constable or local authority representative may enter any premises, using reasonable force if necessary, for the purposes of complying with subsection (2)(a).

(5)In this section “representative”, in relation to a local authority, means—

(a)an employee of the authority, or

(b)a person, or employee or a person, acting on behalf of the authority.

Commencement Information

I1S. 79 in force at 20.10.2014 by S.I. 2014/2590, art. 3(c)

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