Compulsory Purchase and Compensation in Ireland comprises a comprehensive inventory of compulsory purchase powers by various State and semi-State bodies in Ireland, together with a detailed and practical analysis of the law of compensation in respect of compulsory purchase. Divided into two highly practical sections, this 2nd edition key title provides the busy practitioner with a comprehensive guide to the complex subject of compulsory purchase and compensation. Drawing on a wealth of learning and experience, the author will unravel the intricacies of the present law and practice, and clearly present the advice and guidance legal practitioners working in this area will require. Part one deals with the voluminous statute law governing compulsory purchase powers and procedures. Part two covers the equally important topic of assessment of compensation. A must-have book for all practitioners specialising in property and land law.The Acquisition of Land (Reference Committee) Act 1925 reconstituted the Reference Committee to comprise the Chief ... The Property Values (Arbitrations aamp; Appeals) Act 1960 brought appeals under the Finance (1909a 1910) Act 1910 andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Compulsory Purchase and Compensation in Ireland|
|Author||:||James Macken, Eamon Galligan, Michael McGrath|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2013-10-31|