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Wind farms, climate change and the all-important local plan

United Kingdom - July 27 2012 The case was a challenge against a Planning Inspector’s decision to uphold the refusal of planning consent for a wind farm on land near Great Yarmouth.

What happens when farm machinery grows wider that the track over which a right of way is granted?

United Kingdom - July 27 2012 The simple question is “What is the extent of the right of way?”

The buck stops where? Who is liable for injuries caused by horses?

United Kingdom - July 27 2012 Strict liability is liability which is imposed without the claimant having to prove that the defendant was at fault.

Hopkins v Beacon: a cautionary tale of owners and errors

United Kingdom - September 1 2011 Mr Beacon had his sights set on a strip of garden land between his property and that of his neighbour, Mr Hopkins, the registered owner.

Hopkins v Beacon: a cautionary tale of owners and errors

United Kingdom - September 1 2011 Mr Beacon had his sights set on a strip of garden land between his property and that of his neighbour, Mr Hopkins, the registered owner.