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Compulsory Purchase and Compensation: The Law in Scotland
Compulsory Purchase and Compensation: The Law in Scotland
3rd Edition
Practice Area:  Scottish Law
ISBN:  9780414017528
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  16 Jul 2009
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Format:  Hardback
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A detailed but straightforward explanation of the law relating to compulsory purchase and compensation in Scotland. The author also considers the wider area of compensation for depreciation in the value of property caused by government actions and decisions falling short of expropriation. He sets out not only to state the law, but to explain how it has emerged in its present form and to consider whether change is desirable.

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Professor Jeremy Rowan Robinson is a retired solicitor.

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