Lands Tribunal

Lands Tribunal may refer

In the United Kingdom

  • Lands Tribunal
  • Lands Tribunal for Scotland
  • Lands Tribunal for Northern Ireland

In Hong Kong

Other articles related to "lands tribunal, tribunal, tribunals, land":

Noel Power - Biography - Judicial Career
... In 1965, he moved to Hong Kong and became a magistrate of the Lands Tribunal ... He managed to get promoted as President of the Lands Tribunal in 1976 ... In this capacity, he had compiled the Lands Tribunal Law Reports for three consecutive years, before getting promoted again as a puisne judge of the Supreme ...
Lands Tribunal (England, Wales And Northern Ireland)
... The Lands Tribunal is a tribunal in the United Kingdom created by the Lands Tribunal Act 1949 that has jurisdiction in England and Wales and Northern Ireland, although in the ... The Lands Tribunal is unusual in that it has both first instance and appellate jurisdiction ... The functions of the Lands Tribunal were transferred to the Upper Tribunal in June 2009 ...
Lands Tribunal For Northern Ireland
... The Lands Tribunal for Northern Ireland is a court of record in Northern Ireland established by the Lands Tribunal and Compensation Act (Northern Ireland ...
Lands Tribunal (England, Wales And Northern Ireland) - Jurisdiction
... The Lands Tribunal was established to replace the panel of Official Arbitrators which had previously determined disputes as to compensation payable to the owners and ... In addition, the Lands Tribunal acts as the appellate Tribunal for Rating Appeals from the Valuation Tribunals ... in relation to ordering the discharge or modification of restrictive covenants affecting land, under section 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925 ...

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