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Property, Planning and Compensation Reports

Property, Planning and Compensation Reports
Practice Area: Planning Law
ISSN: 2754-138X
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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The Reports cover all the significant property, planning, compulsory purchase and compensation cases which come before the House of Lords, the Court of Appeal, the High Court and the Lands Tribunal.
  • With their clear, concise and easy-to-read format, the Reports are the most authoritative general property law reports available
  • Unrivalled coverage of cases concerning restrictive covenants and compulsory purchase
  • Fully indexed for ease of reference, the Reports are indispensable to practitioners needing to keep abreast of the latest case law developments in these areas
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    Lord Justice Lewison, General Editor
    John Pugh-Smith, General Editor
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