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Byelaws

Byelaws are laws which have been made by local authorities using powers granted by Parliament. They apply locally rather than nationally, and are usually limited to a place or places or to or to a particular class of activity, such as tattooing. 

Breaches of byelaws are normally prosecuted in the Magistrates Court. 

You can search and download the byelaws for Lewes and Eastbourne below.

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