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Vol 22 No 10 Oct/Nov 2017

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Highways Law and Practice

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ISBN13: 9781845924355
ISBN: 1845924355
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406946426
Published: May 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Reprint of ISBN: 9780406946423

""Highways and Law Practice is the one definitive guide for all professionals in this field. This new work explains in detail the common law and statutory provisions on the creation, maintenance and management of highways, large and small. Public footpaths and other rights of way on the Definitive Maps and the new Right to Roam under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 are also included. Issues arising on a daily basis such as property rights, liability of third-party contractors and nuisance are dealt with in a practical way. Other topical areas covered include: 'lane rentals' for utility companies' trenches in the road; procedures for new tramways and guided buses on the highway; and liability for crumbling bridges and winter maintenance; and 'tripping and slipping' accidents. This is a useful and practical guide on the law of highways and the Right to Roam, offering guidance for lawyers and other professionals on the common law and statue law affecting highway authorities, utility companies, landowners and everyday highway users.""

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Subjects:
Road Traffic Law
Contents:
""Introduction. Defining the Highway. Creation and Cessation of Highway Rights. The Definitive Map of Footpaths. The Right to Roam. Ownerships, Obstruction and Nuisance on the Highway. Bridges, Ferries and Watercourses. Sharing the Highway: Tramways, Guided Buses and Railways. Sharing the Highway: Statutory Undertakers. Liability for Highway Maintenance and Design. Appendix: Extracts from Highways Act 1980 and Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.""