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[Bye-laws of the City relating to Hackney carriages].

Birmingham (England)

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Hackney carriages].

by Birmingham (England)

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As the law differs according to whether one is in London and whether one is dealing with hackney carriages or private hire vehicles, this book focuses solely on hackney carriage licensing in London. It is intended to serve as a practical reference guide for the busy licensing practitioner, regulator in London, or anyone having an interest in. Legislation is available in different versions: Latest Available (revised):The latest available updated version of the legislation incorporating changes made by subsequent legislation and applied by our editorial s we have not yet applied to the text, can be found in the ‘Changes to Legislation’ area.

No owner or driver of any hackney coach or carriage in the city of New York shall ask, demand, or receive any larger sum than he or they may be entitled to receive, as aforesaid, under the penalty of ten dollars. From My collection of books: Manual Of The Corporation of the City of New York; Joseph Shannon, When this Act has been so applied to any municipality, the committee of such municipality may, from time to time, make rules for the regulation and control of hackney-carriages within the limits of such municipality, in the manner in which, under the law for the time being in force, it makes rules or bye-laws for the regulation and control of.

within the City, subject to all conditions as may be contained in such licence and also to provisions of the said Acts and the Bye Laws in force, relating to Hackney Carriages, all of which conditions Acts and Bye Laws I/we hereby undertake to observe and perform. I/we accept that if I/we, or my. byelaws relating to hackney carriage vehicles 5. first schedule: stands for hackney carriages in the city of oxford 6. second schedule: fares and other charges 7. policy on hackney carriage quantity control 7. vehicle age limits for all licensed hackney carriage & private hire vehicles 7. audio & visual recording equipment in licensed vehicles 8.


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[Bye-laws of the City relating to Hackney carriages] by Birmingham (England) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hackney carriage he shall, when standing or plying for hire, and when hired, wear that badge in such position and manner as to be plainly visible. The driver of a hackney carriage so constructed as to carry luggage shall, when requested by any person hiring or seeking to hire the carriage, a.

convey a reasonable quantity of luggage; b. A hackney or hackney carriage (also called a cab, black cab, hack or London taxi) is a carriage or car for hire. A hackney of a more expensive or high class was called a remise. In the United Kingdom, the name hackney carriage today refers to a taxicab licensed by the Public Carriage Office, local authority (non-metropolitan district councils, unitary authorities) or the Department.

CCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/2, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books, 19 Decemberp. 49 CCCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/2, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books, 1 Julyp.

50 CCCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/3, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books, 1 July ; 13 July ; by 27 Julysome ninety carriages remained Cited by: 1. TAXI/BYE-LAWS RIBBLE VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL BYE-LAWS made under Section 68 of the Town Police Clauses Actand Section of the Public Health Actby the BOROUGH COUNCIL OF RIBBLE VALLEY with respect to Hackney Carriages in the BOROUGH OF RIBBLE VALLEY.

Interpretation 1. Throughout these Bye-laws "the Council". The byelaws relating to hackney carriages which were made by the Urban District Council of Penrith on the thirtieth day of Juneand which were confirmed by the Minister of Health on the fourteenth day of July,are hereby repealed.

6 THE COMMON SEAL of the EDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Hackney Carriage and Private Hire licence Standards and Procedures and Local Bye Laws.

The Byelaws relating to Hackney Carriages in the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council are included at the end of this document. of the book for personal notes, provides useful information and contact numbers. CCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/1, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books, 13 February5.

For all of these see CCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/1, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books, 13 February5; 20 February6; 27 February7; 13 March9; 27 MarchCCCA: CP/CO/HC/M/1, Hackney Carriage Committee Minute Books. Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Taxi Licensing Policy Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Taxi Licensing Policy [PDF, KB] The following guidance notes and condition documents must be read in conjunction with the policy Guidance notes Hate Crime Third Party Reporting Leaflet [PDF MB] Code of Good Conduct [PDF, KB] Guidance on the Relevance of Convictions.

contains provisions relating to private hire vehicles, as well as additional provisions relating to hackney carriages. Hackney carriages are different from private hire vehicles in that they are permitted to ply for hire and to stand at ranks.

Like most councils, this Council also has hackney carriage byelaws in force. of a hackney carriage he shall, when standing or plying for hire, and when hired, wear that badge in such position and manner as to be plainly visible. The driver of a hackney carriage so constructed as to carry luggage shall, when requested by any person hiring or seeking to hire the carriage - (a) convey a reasonable quantity of luggage.

But the reference to hiring horses in particular explains why 'An Ordinance for the Regulation of Hackney-Coachmen in London and the places adjacent' was passed by Parliament in with the city. Directory of corporate policies and procedures. Was this page helpful.

Yes; It's good but Please select a reason. A police officer discovering a breach of the Bye Laws had to report it to the Chief Constable, who reported to the Hackney Carriage Sub Committee.

Summonses resulting were recorded in the Hackney Carriage Summons Book. (See City of Manchester Police Instruction Book,M6). Link to NRA Record: View Record.

Taxicabs are regulated throughout the United Kingdom, but the regulation of taxicabs in London is especially rigorous with regard to mechanical integrity and driver official report observed that: "Little however is known about the regulation by anyone outside the trade.

The Public Carriage Office (PCO), which regulates and licenses taxis and private hire (commonly. Provisions fixing the stands of hackney carriages Each of the several places specified in the following list shall be a stand for such number of hackney carriages as is specified in the list.

(Hackney carriage stands are now appointed under Section 63 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act A separate list is available). C1 Functions of commissioners as to licensing of hackney carriages in City of London and Metropolitan Police District now exercisable by an Assistant Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis: Metropolitan Public Carriage Act (c.SIF ), ss.

6, 8, 11, S.R. & O. / (Rev. XIV, p. I, p. ) and S.I. / ( I, p). GLOUCESTER CITY COUNCIL HACKNEY CARRIAGE RULE BOOK 1. Drivers Licences New Applications A The applicant must have been the holder of a valid driving licence (NOT being a provisional licence) authorising him/her to drive a motor car in the UK for at least 12 continuous months, immediately prior to the date of application.

throughout the City and cause nuisance to local residents and obstruction to other road users. This is in contravention of the Hackney Carriage Bye-Laws that state that you are obliged to proceed to the nearest available appointed stand.

This would also apply to any taxi(s) waiting for potential passengers outside. The Hackney- Carriage Act, act was passed during British period and came into force on 5 September this was framed in some cantonments and municipalities to have some control over hackney-carriages.

Powers conferred by law on municipalities will not be affected by anything that is contained in this act. Hackney, any carriage plying for hire, although hackney coach usually refers to a four-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses and holding six passengers.

Hackneys were introduced into England early in the 17th century and may have been named for a section of London. In there were licensed hackney coaches allowed in London and its environs, and by.

The city requires a profitable and successful hackney carriage trade as well as a private hire operation to meet the varying needs of the travelling public. Hackney carriages are convenient as they can be hired immediately or hailed from the street, Additionally, they are, with the exception of one (soon to be two).Byelaws for Hackney Carriage operators in the district.

The current Hackney Carriages Byelaws, which came into effect on 22 Julycan be downloaded below.Application form to renew a Hackney Carriage vehicle licence. All applicants must own the vehicle and are required to upload images of the following documents: Certificate of Compliance, Insurance Certificate, Page 1 & 2 of your V5C Log Book and Age Test (if appropriate).