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Can a new freehold owner object to a Compulsory Purchaser Order (CPO) where the former owner had not objected when notices were originally served? The CPO will be examined at public inquiry in around three months. The confirming authority has confirmed that objections can technically still be received despite the expiry of the period for objections. However, does it make any difference for a new owner who undertook local searches prior to acquisition and should have been aware of the CPO?

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Published on LexisPSL on 22/02/2018

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  • Can a new freehold owner object to a Compulsory Purchaser Order (CPO) where the former owner had not objected when notices were originally served? The CPO will be examined at public inquiry in around three months. The confirming authority has confirmed that objections can technically still be received despite the expiry of the period for objections. However, does it make any difference for a new owner who undertook local searches prior to acquisition and should have been aware of the CPO?

Can a new freehold owner object to a Compulsory Purchaser Order (CPO) where the former owner had not objected when notices were originally served? The CPO will be examined at public inquiry in around three months. The confirming authority has confirmed that objections can technically still be received despite the expiry of the period for

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