Noisy intimidating neighbours
The Anti-Social Behaviour Etc (Scotland) Act 2004 provides the legal definition of antisocial behaviour as:-"A person engages in antisocial behaviour if they act in a manner that causes or is likely to cause alarm and distress or pursues a course of conduct which causes or is likely to cause alarm and distress to at least one person who is not of the same household.(Course of conduct must involve conduct on at least two occasions)."It should be noted that many of the above are crimes and incidence of violence, suspected drug dealing, racial harassment etc should always be reported to the Police in the first instance. As antisocial behaviour can be difficult to define and although annoying there are some types of behaviour that are not classed as antisocial and may not be investigated by our investigators.You need to make sure you record as much information as possible about the ASB incident and contact us with the details.We cannot take action against someone just on the basis that another person has complained about them – we need evidence.Judge Bill Unwin said the licence the couple objected to was held by a company — described by the council as suitable — not Mr Forsyth."The correct process [for your issues] is under the Resource Management Act ...
Hate crime is defined as any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on religion, ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.
She was joined a year later by 72-year-old Evelyn Hodge – then a newborn baby – who moved in with her parents.