Compulsory Purchase of Land (Procedure) (Jersey) Law 1961. | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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January 1961
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LEX-FAOC099958
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This Law provides rules applicable to the acquisition of land by the States through compulsory purchase on behalf of the public as authorized by Special Law, i.e. a Law confirmed by Order of Her Majesty in Council. The power under Special Law may include the right to acquire or extinguish a servitude or other right over land. Land may only be acquired on the basis of a plan approved by the States. There shall be a Board of Arbitrators for purposes of this Law, which shall determine questions as to compensation for land compulsorily acquired.

Implemented by: Compulsory Purchase of Land (Board of (Arbitrators) (Procedure) (Jersey) Regulations 1967. (2004-08-31)

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