Where the requisite notice has been given1, a magistrates' court may act on a complaint made by any person on the ground he is aggrieved by the existence of a statutory nuisance2.
If the magistrates' court is satisfied that the alleged nuisance exists3, or that although abated it is likely to recur on the same premises4 or, in the case of a nuisance caused by noise emitted from or caused by a vehicle, machinery or equipment in a street5, in the same street, the court must make an order for either or both of the following purposes6:
(1) requiring the
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