Property & Planning: Land particulars
The Freedom of Information Act spells opportunity for property companies. Under the legislation public authorities can be forced to disclose information about their plans to dispose of, or procure new land. Dan Tench outlines how the Act may be useful to the property sector
Few areas of legal practice have as much interaction with the state as property law. Property lawyers may have to deal with public authorities in terms of planning, land registry and environmental matters, as well as potential purchasers and sellers of land.
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