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Compulsory Purchase and Compensation Service Looseleaf

Edited by: Guy Roots

ISBN13: 9781845928674
Latest Release: August 14, 2020
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf
Price: Out of print
Subscription Type: Pay-as-you-go

An authoritative and user-friendly looseleaf service on the compulsory purchase of land and compensation. Designed and written with the busy practitioner in mind, it sets out in convenient narrative form practice, procedure, policy and valuation with full cross-referencing to the relevant cases, statutory provision and policy circulars. It also includes a full explanation of the scope of powers to acquire land compulsorily and the exercise of the powers and principles of compensation, alongside the relevant statutory materials.

Compulsory Purchase and Compensation Service will prove invaluable for all practitioners working in this field, particularly lawyers, surveyors and valuers acting for both landowners and acquiring authorities.

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Commercial Property, Looseleaf Work
Division A:
Introduction.Evolution of the system.
The nature of compulsory purchase.
The human rights dimension
.Disposal of land acquired by compulsion
Division B:
Powers of Compulsory Purchase.
Compulsory purchase powers.
The subject matter of compulsory purchase.
Purchase of land by agreement.
Purchase and blight notices.
Division C:
Procedure for obtaining authorisation.
Acquisition by a non-ministerial authority.
Acquisition by a ministerial authority.
Special categories of land.
Special parliamentary procedure.
Challenging a compulsory purchase order.
Transport and Works Act 1992.
Division D:
Implementation of compulsory purchase.
Commencing implementation of compulsory purchase.
Lawful entry.
Acquiring title and completion.
Special cases.
Interests in land.
Division E:
Compensation for compulsory purchase.Introduction.Compensation for land acquired.
Assumptions as to planning a permission.
Disregarding the scheme.
Equivalent reinstatement.
Compensation for disturbance.
Severance and injurious affection.
Deduction for betterment.
Supplementary payments and duty to rehouse.
Division F:
Compensation where no land taken.
Injurious affection where no land has been taken.
Compensation for the use of public works.
Mitigation of the effects of public works.
Division G:
Compensation for decisions, controls and works.
Compensation for planning decisions.
Compensation for decisions relating to mineral planning permissions.
Compensation for the exercise of powers under the Highways Act 1980.
Compensation for the exercise of powers relating to water supply, sewerage disposal, land drainage, pollution control and public health.
Compensation under the legislation relating to the gas, electricity and telecommunications industry.
Division H: Determination and recovery of compensation.
Determination and recovery of Compensation.
Division 1:
Division 2:
Statutory Instruments.
Division 3: Rates of interest after entry.
Division 4:
Circulars and other guidance
Division 5:
Practice notes and directions

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