The person on whom an abatement notice1 must be served varies according to the type of statutory nuisance2.
Where the nuisance arises from any defect of a structural character, the abatement notice must be served on the owner of the premises3.
Where the person responsible4 for the nuisance cannot be found or the nuisance has not yet occurred, the abatement notice must be served on the owner or occupier of the premises5.
In the case of a statutory nuisance falling within the category of noise that is prejudicial to health6 or a nuisance and which is emitted from or caused by a
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