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Locking down anti-social behaviour - COVID-19 and Closure Orders

In the second video in her series on anti-social behaviour during the coronavirus outbreak, Kuljit Bhogal looks at seeking closure orders during the lockdown.

Closure Orders can still be sought during the lockdown and are classed as priority hearings during the lockdown. These can be both full and partial closures of premises and are made using powers found in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. In this video, Kuljit Bhogal explains how the powers work and the test that will be applied by the courts.

To watch Kuljit's first webinar on how Community Protection Notices could be used to tackle anti-social behaviour during the lockdown, click here.

About the presenter

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Kuljit Bhogal

Kuljit has a broad practice with particular specialisms in Local Government, Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing and the Court of Protection.

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