Where a local authority1 is satisfied that a statutory nuisance2 exists, or is likely to occur or recur, within its area3, the local authority must serve a notice (an 'abatement notice') imposing all or any of the following requirements4:
(1) requiring the abatement of the nuisance or prohibiting or restricting its occurrence or recurrence5;
(2) requiring the execution of such works, and the taking of such other steps, as may be necessary for any of those purposes6.
An abatement notice must set out the act that is, or the facts that constitute, a statutory nuisance7 such that the person served
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