Hi The noise abatement notice was issued in August 2011.The terms of the notice were for 24/7. Having Five children it is impossible to stop making some noise.The terms of the notice set me up to fail. I am asking the question. Is this against my human rights as it is stopping me from having the right to a full family life? That may not be the correct wording but I think you know what I mean.
System of Law: England-and-Wales
Nothing so far as the court case has not finished. I thought I would get good advice before going a head.
Thanks for your question. Please remember to rate my answer SMILEY FACE OR ABOVE so that I am credited for my time.There is a Human Right for a Family Life, but it is qualified.This means it can be limited as prescribed by law.As you know noise abatement notices can be.However you can appeal the notice to the Magistrates Court so you may be out of time for this.Assuming it was issue by the Council you can complain to the Local Government Ombudsman.They are free, independent and can investigate your complaint for free.The LGO can be located at: www.lgo.org.uk Please remember to click *** SMILEY FACE *** or above so that I am credited for my time. Thank you. Important: If you feel the need to rate as one of the lower two scores, it counts as negative feedback so please reply to me via the REPLY with any further questions you may have. I will be happy to assist you further.
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