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Foreign Case

【country】:United Kingdom

Bola** v. X Development Agency [2005] EWCA Civ 1096

1. SIR CHRISTOPHER STAUGHTON: Mrs Bola** is applying for permission to appeal from a decision of an inspector of the Lands Tribunal, Mr Francis, by which he gave a very limited amount of compensation to be paid by the X Development Agency.
2. There was a compulsory purchase order made by the X Development Agency so that they could dispose of a piece of land which belonged to Mrs Bola** to the Hafod Housing Association. The amount of order to be paid to her was a mere 155,000.
3. There was to be reduced from that amount an outstanding land charge of 9,184 because, it is said, that there was building work contrary to section 79 of the Building Act. But we are not concerned with that today.
4. Mrs
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