Using injunctions to deal with anti-social behaviour
Changes to anti-social behaviour legal remedies are still some way off. The government’s response to the consultation on its proposals is awaited. No timetable for legislation has been announced yet. In the meantime action on the ground continues. Indeed the government has encouraged practitioners to continue to use ‘what works’.
This briefing sets out top tips and essentials for successful action using anti-social behaviour injunctions (ASBIs), which stand out among the multiplicity of current legal possibilities as a speedy source of legal action, particularly appropriate for action against perpetrators who are not under 18 years old and where the main purpose is simply to stop the intolerable behaviour.
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