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Around 5.2m (one-sixth) of properties in England are at risk of flooding. This practice note advises on flood searches and other means of investigation.
The Law Society has again called for explicit statutory protection for legal professional privilege in its evidence to the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee.
More about the implications of the new act for planning and environmental law practitioners.
More about the implications of the act for planning and environmental law practitioners.
Read the Law Society response to the DCLG consultation on planning.
Advice and information for planning and environmental law practitioners.
Law Society consultation response on proposals to amend the legislation, which enables certain organisations to override easements and other rights over their land.
Read our responses submitted in August on the balance of competences review.
We need evidence of how the current wording can cause difficulties for solicitors.
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