A major work on highway law for over 30 years, the Encyclopedia of Highway Law and Practice is uniquely designed to provide you with the full text of all relevant legislation, complete with annotations.
It includes an authoritative general introduction to the law covering the interests of the highway authority, the rights of the public, statutory undertakers, and the rights and duties of adjoining landowners.
The full text of the Highways Act 1980 is accompanied by annotations to, and commentary on, individual sections and explanatory introductions to each Part of the Act.
This is followed by the text of other relevant Acts (with annotations and explanations where this is helpful), Rules and Orders, and Circulars.
The Encyclopedia provides a one-stop reference source for the practitioner dealing with all compliance issues regarding highway law, traffic orders, footpaths, bridleways and Definitive Map Orders.
Three updating releases a year keep the reader aware of the latest developments.
General Statement: A general survey of the law. The Highways Act 1980: the complete text as amended, with full annotations to every section including the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1994. Rules and orders. Circulars before 1971.