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A local authority can make its own bylaws - these are laws that only apply to its area. It can only make bylaws where an Act of Parliament gives a power to make them and they need have the approval of the Secretary of State.
Penalties for an offence may have changed since the bylaw was first introduced.
Please click here to see the current penalties.
Page last updated: 17 March, 2014