CPO Talking Heads July 2023: Severance & Injurious Affection
Severance & Injurious Affection
This module runs as an informal discussion with a small panel of leading and informed practitioners extracting the nuances from the months topic "Severance & Injurious Affection". It discusses practical issues that arise, with question and answers from the attending participants.
Module Duration: 1 hour 4 minutes
Please note there are no slides accompanying this recording.
What is the difference between severance and injurious affection?
- Where compensation for severance can be claimed under s.7 of the CPA 1965
- Where compensation for injurious affection can be claimed under s.7 of the CPA 1965
- What are the statutory rules that apply to claims?
- Relevant case law
How to support compensation claims for severance and injurious affection
- Evidencing a diminution in value
- Where does severance and injurious affection end and compensation for disturbance start?
- The other side of the coin – ‘set-off’
S.10 of the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965
- When can claims be made under s.10?
- The McCarthy Rules
- Limitations on claims
Part 1 Claims
- When can claims be made under Part 1 of the LCA 1973?
- The conditions that need to be satisfied
- The timing of claims
- How to evidence Part 1 claims?
July's Talking Heads
- Henry Church MRICS, Senior Director, CBRE, CPA Chair
- Beth Casey, Director Real Estate Litigation Team, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- Colin Cottage BSc (Hons) MRICS RICS Registered Valuer, Managing Director - Compensation, Ardent Management
- Simon Mole, Partner, Montagu Evans LLP
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