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Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes. Title 3 P.S. Agriculture. Chapter 8. Dogs and Cats. Noise Pollution. 551. Nuisances and injunction

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Citation: 3 P.S. 551

Citation: PA ST 3 P.S. 551


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:  

This Pennsylvania statute provides that the owners or operators of licensed dog training areas shall not be subject to any action for nuisance, and no court in this Commonwealth shall enjoin the use or operation of training areas on the basis of noise or noise pollution, provided that the owners were and remain in compliance with any applicable noise control laws or ordinances at the time the permit for establishment of the training areas was authorized.



Statute in Full:

The owners or operators of the licensed training areas shall not be subject to any action for nuisance, and no court in this Commonwealth shall enjoin the use or operation of training areas on the basis of noise or noise pollution, provided that the owners or operators of the training areas were and remain in compliance with any applicable noise control laws or ordinances at the time the permit for establishment of the training areas was authorized by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

CREDIT(S)

1992, July 2, P.L. 381, No. 79, § 2, imd. effective.


 



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