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Rights of Light: The Modern Law (Third Edition)

by Stephen Bickford-Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0853084874, Paperback)

Rights of light are a distinctive and complex branch of the law of easements. In any proposed development, it is vital that investigations are made to ensure that owners do not have rights which may prevent building as planned — the alternative is to face the possibility of injunction proceedings or a claim for damages. It is, therefore, essential that practitioners have a clear grasp of the UK legal principles and their practical application when acting for clients claiming or resisting the establishment of such a right. This new edition of the popular work Rights of Light has been significantly re-written and provides practical and up-to-date explanation of UK law and practice including the impact of the Land Registration Act 2002 and recent case-law such as Midtown Ltd v City of London Real Property. It also contains a comprehensive review of the acquisition and establishment of rights and proceedings for infringement, an expert commentary on measurement and valuation techniques provided by chartered surveyor, and includes a new chapter dealing with the High Hedges legislation.

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