Not in my Neighbourhood

Thomson Law Book Co
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Journal article
Crofts Penelope 2003, 'Not in my Neighbourhood', Thomson lawbook Company, vol. 1, no. 9, pp. 10-20.
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This article details the current regime regulating home businesses (sexual services). It is argued that the imposition of notification requirements and locational restrictions upon home businesses (sexual services) is tantamount to ensuring that these businesses will not be able to operate legally, sustaining the possibility of corruption and undermining occupational health and safety. This conflicts with the Legislature's intention in passing the Disorderly Houses Amendment Act 1995 (NSW). This article outlines the various avenues available to challenge local council policies, and concludes by arguing that only State policy and legislative reforms will be sufficiently broad to ensure home businesses (sexual services) are responded to as legitimate commercial premises.
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