This is bour October 2019 newsletter
Contents (four A4 pages): Housekeeping (transfer of insurance scheme) — Private Roads: The Legal Framework: a new edition — Bona vacantia (buying roads from the Crown, procedures) — Automatic Number Plate Recognition (“ANPR”) (use and regulation) — Fencing (whether there can be a legal obligation to fence land) — The Vnuk case and vehicles driven on private land (need for insurance) — Planning decisions and the courts (judicial attitude to mistakes in decisions).
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