Newsletter 39, July 2020




This is our July 2020 newsletter (four A4 pages).

Contents:  Housekeeping (Zoom meetings) – Parking on private land (House of Commons Briefing paper, Parking (Code of Practice) Act 2019) – Responses from government (bona vacantia, letter to Greg Smith MP) – Recommendations of firms for resurfacing etc (new Recommendations page) – Form FME1 (freehold management enquiries, possible use in private roads) – Legal status of unincorporated associations (for specific statutory purposes) – Watercourses (potential liability for ditches, drains and streams under Land Drainage Act 1991)

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