Q&As

Where an investment owner does not physically occupy a property, will they still qualify for compensation under either a blight notice or compulsory purchase order?

read titleRead full title
Produced in partnership with Kevin Leigh of No 5 Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 23/11/2018

The following Planning Q&A produced in partnership with Kevin Leigh of No 5 Chambers provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Where an investment owner does not physically occupy a property, will they still qualify for compensation under either a blight notice or compulsory purchase order?

Where an investment owner does not physically occupy a property, will they still qualify for compensation under either a blight notice or compulsory purchase order?

A compulsory purchase order (CPO) needs to be served upon all persons having an interest, or having power to sell and convey, the land compulsorily acquired. A person with an interest in the land the subject of a CPO, as defined in the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965 (CPA 1965), may be entitled to compensation for any recoverable loss or damage. Hence, a landowner who does not

Related documents:

Popular documents