Road Traffic Act 1961

Saving for indictment for nuisance.

125

125.Nothing in F261[the Road Traffic Acts, 1961 to 1994] shall authorise any person to use in a public place a vehicle so constructed or used as to cause a public or private nuisance, and any person who so uses such vehicle shall, notwithstanding anything in F261[the Road Traffic Acts, 1961 to 1994], be liable to an indictment or action, as the case may be, for such use when, but for the passing of the repealed Act and F261[the Road Traffic Acts, 1961 to 1994], such indictment or action could be maintained.

Annotations

Amendments:

F261

Substituted (22.07.1994) by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 49(1)(k), S.I. No. 222 of 1994.

F262

Substituted by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 25(1), not commenced as of date of revision.

Modifications (not altering text):

C84

Prospective affecting provision: section amended by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 25(1), not commenced as of date of revision.

125.Nothing in F262[this Act] shall authorise any person to use in a public place a vehicle so constructed or used as to cause a public or private nuisance, and any person who so uses such vehicle shall, notwithstanding anything in F262[this Act], be liable to an indictment or action, as the case may be, for such use when, but for the passing of the repealed Act and F262[this Act], such indictment or action could be maintained.