Legal Viewpoint: Bill bites deep on honest mistakes

In the aftermath of the Localism Bill, commentators have predictably focused on the headline points. The much-heralded transfer of power from the regions to communities and the welcome absence of changes to the appeal system have hogged the limelight. But other important proposals warrant careful attention - not least the revised enforcement powers in part 5 of the bill.

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