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Encyclopedia of Highway Law and Practice

Encyclopedia of Highway Law and Practice
Number of volumes: 5
Series:  Local Government Library
Practice Area:  Highways
ISBN:  9780421044500
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Format:  Looseleaf
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Ideal for the practitioner dealing with all compliance issues, and including the full text of all relevant legislation with annotations, the Encyclopedia of Highway Law and Practice:
  • Offers an authoritative general introduction to the law covering the interests of the highway authority, the rights of the public, statutory undertakers, and the rights and duties of adjoining landowners
  • Provides full text of the Highways Act 1980, accompanied by annotations to, and commentary on, individual sections and explanatory introductions to each Part of the Act
  • Includes text of other relevant Acts with annotations and explanations where appropriate, as well as Rules and Orders, and Circulars.
  • Provides a one-stop reference source for the practitioner dealing with all compliance issues regarding highway law, traffic orders, footpaths, bridleways and Definitive Map Orders.
  • Keeps you fully aware of the latest developments with three updating releases a year, including one on the Local Transport Bill relating to local authorities’ power over bus routes and introducing road pricing to UK


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CONTENTS

  • General statement: a general survey of the law
  • The Highways Act 1980
  • The Road Traffic Regulation Act 1994
  • Rules and orders
  • Circulars before 1971
 

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