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Lessons Learnt in Leeds for Obtaining Final Injunctions

United Kingdom - October 18 2018 The recent High Court decision in Vastint Leeds BV v Persons Unknown Entering or Remaining Without the Consent of the Claimant on Land and Buildings...

Bethany G. Reid.

HS2 Specialist Compulsory Purchase, Land Acquisition and Compensation Service

Australia - January 18 2018 While HS2 promises enormous economic bene ts throughout the country, it will also have a signi cant impact on landowners and occupiers of affected...

Bethany G. Reid, Gemma Newell, Alexander Weatherall, Andrew D. Sprake, James Thorman, Richard Glover, Emma Bissett.

Can a Water Undertaker Be Liable in Nuisance or Negligence to Property Owners?

United Kingdom - September 12 2017 In the recent case of Oldcorn v Southern Water Services Limited 2017 EWHC 62 (TCC), despite the fact that Southern Water was a statutory sewerage...

Natalie Ingram.

Use of CPO by the Environment Agency - How Compulsory Is It?

United Kingdom - September 12 2017 The Environment Agency will often need to access private land as part of its projects, including in relation to flood alleviation schemes. In line...

Natalie Ingram.

I Have Received a Dilapidations Schedule From My Landlord Now What?

United Kingdom - December 5 2016 Your landlord has served a schedule of dilapidations on you, but what should you be doing next? The effect of the schedule and what steps you need to...

Bethany G. Reid, Leanne Meredith, Kimberley Shepherd, Natalie Ingram, Michelle Adams, Alison Hardy, Helen Hoath.