Highway Law is a popular and well-established practitioner text on all aspects of the law governing highways. The new 6th edition supplies a detailed and practical commentary on the law relating to the creation, upkeep, development and ownership of highways, including the powers and duties of highway authorities, the rights of users of the highway and of those who own land around the highway.
- Provides a complete reference to the law governing highways
- Delivers clear, practical guidance, written in a straightforward and accessible style
- Addresses matters of particular interest to practitioners, such as stopping up and diversion orders, traffic orders, street works, footpaths, bridleways and bridges
- Deals with the impact of the Human rights Act in this area
- Contains sections dedicated to Wales and London
- Incorporates the latest legislative and case law developments
- Details the powers and duties of the highway authorities, the rights of users and the rights and responsibilities of owners and land near highways
- Ensures you understand the rights and responsibilities of the party you're advising
- Refers to all recent legislation, relevant statutory instruments and case law, such as the Countryside and Rights of Way Act and the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004
- Makes sure you are working from the most up-to-date source available, recognises the impact these changes have on area of highway law and affected parties
- Contains sections dedicated to Wales and London so that you can take on a case confidently regardless of the areas it covers
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