Re: Re: Dartmouth Square Disgrace
@the hawk wrote:
In terms of compensation valuation I would refer you to Keane CJ supreme court judgement in relation to the 1999 bill
“the landowner is to be compensated, not merely for
the market value of his land, but also for such additional
elements of damage to him as disturbance, injurious affection
This is farmland case law; do you know what you are talking about?
Please define injurious affection and severance seperatley; I had kind of considered going into the only other type of cpo compo o noffer business disturbance but what business distrubance could one attribute to not being able to operate a caravan selling tiles without planning permission; he’d owe money for the costs of not defending a prosecution for breach of planning law.
Noel please do not return to this forum