Right to light – principles for conveyancing

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  • Intermediate
  • Released 6th Jun 2021
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Basic principles to consider with Right to Light easements.

Learning objectives:

  1. How to determine if there is a right to light?
  2. What report is needed?
  3. How to calculate loss/compensate?
  4. VAT implications
  5. How to Enforce
  6. Light Obstruction Notice

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