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.

Dogs prohibited permanently from Cemeteries 1997 Byelaws - Lewes District Council

Dogs prohibited permanently from Cemeteries 1997 Byelaws - Lewes District Council
Summary: Download Dogs prohibited permanently from Cemeteries Byelaws, Lewes District Council
File Size: 94KB
Type: Files / Images
Created: 17 April 2018
Last Modified: 14 May 2021

Dogs in Pleasure Grounds Byelaw - Eastbourne Borough Council

Dogs in Pleasure Grounds Byelaw - Eastbourne Borough Council
Summary: Download the Dogs in Pleasure Grounds Byelaw - Eastbourne Borough Council
File Size: 337KB
Type: Files / Images
Created: 07 June 2017
Last Modified: 15 March 2021

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