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I am a Highway Engineer with some knowledge of Traffic Regulation Orders. My training incl

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I am a Highway Engineer with some knowledge of Traffic Regulation Orders. My training included the information that is was not lawful to have two similar / contradicting restrictions applying to the same section of road at the same time. However I cannot find or recall why - I think it is a principal at law
eg a No stopping restriction applying at the same time as a no waiting restriction.
A no waiting restriction permits stopping but the No stopping restriction obviously does not
My question is what is the legal reference to such a nonsense situation?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 1 year ago.
Hi.
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Are you asking which legislation this comes from?