This bill clarifies the law to ensure that persons who obstruct council enforcement officers or local authority agents from performing their duties, or fail to give true and sufficiently particular details when required by the Bill, are liable to be arrested without a warrant, and widens the scope in which an enforcement officer may remove and seize property.
Defeated at first reading on 21 February 2018
Defeated by a majority of 8 votes (56 ayes, 64 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Member's bill|
|Introduced||8 June 2017|
|Defeated||21 February 2018|
|Defeated at reading||1|
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