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Property Law Blog Posts

Making a pre-acquisition compensation claim
in Property Law by Adrian McMillan on
In this post we discuss the rights to compensation which are designed to put the claimant in a similar position to if their land was never reserved or shown to be reserved for a public purpose.
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You have rights to compensation for compulsorily acquired land
in Property Law by Adrian McMillan on
The process that precedes a compulsory acquisition can be long and drawn out.  Some owners wonder whether the day will ever really come that they lose their land and get a right to compensation. 
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Does a Public Acquisition Overlay result in compulsory acquisition?
in Property Law by Manisha Blencowe on
In Victoria, the process that leads to a compulsory acquisition almost always begins with a Public Acquisition Overlay (PAO) being placed over a piece or pieces of land by the local council.
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Compulsory Acquisition Compensation: Do you qualify?
in Property Law by on
Here are five simple steps people can follow to see if they qualify for any additional payment under the NSW compulsory acquisition compensation.
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