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Handbook of Land Compensation

Handbook of Land Compensation
Number of volumes: 1
Series:  Local Government Library
Practice Area:  Planning Law
ISBN:  9780421418509
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Providing complete guidance on the rules governing planning compensation, including both conventional land-use planning and matters of environmental protection, The Handbook of Land Compensation: Law and Valuation:
  • Examines the law on all aspects of compensation in detail, with emphasis on the valuation issues
  • Gives detailed guidance on the wide range of claims available to owners and occupiers
  • Features many full case summaries addressing the more difficult aspects of the law and valuations
  • Covers compulsory purchase claims (including disturbance), purchase notices, blight notices and claims for injurious affection under Part I and s. 10 where no land is taken
  • Addresses claims in connection with highways and rights over land including access under the countryside legislation, vehicular access to commons, the rules affecting statutory undertakers, minerals and coal mining subsidence, hazardous substances and public works
  • Gives you a full examination of claims in connection with planning issues - revocation and discontinuance, stop notices, listed buildings, ancient monuments, trees, countryside and wildlife, restrictions on advertising
  • Explains the various valuations required, often with worked examples - how to claim, and what may be claimed
  • Includes guidance on estoppel, time limits for claims and proceedings before the Lands Tribunal
  • Contains extracts from the relevant legislation including the interest rates that apply after entry
  • Keeps you up to date with two Releases a year, including an outline reportage of all Lands Tribunal decisions that are within the remit of the book

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