Legal Viewpoint: Acquisition of land – no objection to non-opposition clauses

It is a long-standing public policy requirement that the compulsory acquisition of land and rights should be a last resort, pursued only after the promoter of a scheme has sought to acquire the necessary interests by agreement with the affected landowners.

by David Wood

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