nuisance abatement

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Noun1.nuisance abatement - (law) the removal or termination or destruction of something that has been found to be a nuisancenuisance abatement - (law) the removal or termination or destruction of something that has been found to be a nuisance
abatement - the act of abating; "laws enforcing noise abatement"
asbestos abatement - the removal of asbestos from a public building
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Tenders are invited for trash removal and nuisance abatement services for the removal of trash, mowing weeds, securing unsecured buildings, and removal of dilapidated buildings for the contract year 3-20-2018 to 3-19-2019.
The lawsuit filed against Hank Freid, known as a nuisance abatement case, is an enforcement tool OSE is increasingly employing against chronic offenders when they refuse to cease the illegal use.
He also serves as Chair of the City of Fort Myers Nuisance Abatement Board, and has been the founding Chair of the Land Use and Governmental Law Section of the Lee County Bar Association.
Winnebago presentation, nuisance abatement, street closure requests.
Thus, use of the tax bill is an attractive option for nuisance abatement cost recovery in that it is both efficient and effective when other attempts to collect on a bill have failed.
In other instances, nuisance abatement policy (especially clean air policy) has been marketed deceptively to the public, promising to achieve much but actually doing little.
17 costs for breaching a nuisance abatement notice.
Ms Rennie repeatedly performed loud music in the early hours of the morning, in spite of receiving a noise nuisance abatement notice prohibiting night-time performing.
The Public Protection Service also handed out 94 fixed penalties for dog fouling, 166 for littering, with 43 statutory nuisance abatement notices for refuse and successfully prosecuted two fly tippers and Mr Czulowski added: "The joint working arrangements between Public Protection and Tenancy Enforcement, particularly the use of statutory nuisance abatement notices, are considered to be quite effective in dealing with anti-social behaviour in council properties.
Although blacks, whites, and Latinos have all been targeted for nuisance abatement raids, these folks share one characteristic: They don't meet the standards of respectability set by the political class and large urban landowners.
The owners of the bar, at 489 Amsterdam Avenue near 84th Street, claim New York University professor Tim Tomlinson issued repeated noise complaints about the bar to the local police precint, the 311 hotline and local City Council member Gale Brewer to the point that the city slapped them with a nuisance abatement suit.
6) it is within the context of that struggle that I look to the law of public nuisance as a tool to remedy the physical condition of real property standing in violation of local and state laws and, in addition, as a tool to stop the business practices of commercial property owners that perpetuate the harmful conditions prohibited by state and local nuisance abatement laws.