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Encyclopedia of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation
Encyclopedia of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation
Number of volumes: 3
Series:  Local Government Library
Practice Area:  Planning Law
ISBN:  9780421007505
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Format:  Looseleaf
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The Encyclopedia of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation provides a complete and up-to-date guide to this complex area of the law:
  • Presents detailed coverage of the powers of relevant authorities to acquire land compulsorily
  • Examines the authorisation procedure for compulsory purchase orders, procedure after the order, and the taking of land in exercise of the compulsory powers
  • Explains the rules which regulate entitlement to compensation if a landowner or occupier suffers loss
  • Identifies the methods and procedures for challenging compulsory purchase orders
  • Discusses purchase notice and blight notice procedures
  • Provides tables which show the main Acts authorising acquisition in accordance with the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 and those which confer powers of acquisition not governed by the 1981 Act
  • Reproduces all the Acts which comprise the general law relating to compulsory purchase and compensation with full annotations
  • Includes the text of over 100 SIs and 50 circulars with expert commentary
  • Contains a section of case summaries which contains details of over 250 key judicial decisions including leading decisions of the Lands Tribunal

Coverage in forthcoming releases will include:
  • A complete re-write of the Introduction to provide a clear overview of the subject matter of the Encyclopedia and the inter-relationship of the main provisions
  • Rewriting and re-ordering where appropriate of commentary throughout the work to improve navigability and reduce complex cross-referencing – notably in respect of valuation under the Land Compensation Act 1961, the recent amendments to the 1961 Act and the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 Act, and the no-scheme principle
  • Rationalisation of the section summarising important cases to make it more easily navigable and to indicate clearly the propositions for which each case summarised is important
  • Continuing monitoring of, and commentary on, all changes in legislation and policy
  • Coverage of decisions in the Upper Tribunal and courts relating to compulsory purchase and compensation, including the HS2 cases that will soon be emerging in the Tribunal

CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • Statutes
  • Rules and Orders
  • Circulars
  • Cases
  • Practice Directions and Forms

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