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On 19 April 2017 Mrs Justice O’Farrell sitting at the Royal Court of Justice held that the court had an inherent jurisdiction to determine the appropriate method of assessing compensation following a dispute under the Party Wall Act 1996 (“the Act”), notwithstanding the fact that the Act provides a comprehensive code by which such disputes could be determined by a surveyor.
The General Data Protection regulation (the ‘GDPR’) will introduce a number of changes, including an expanded territorial reach of its provisions, increased rights for data subjects and a re-balancing of the liability and risk attributed between data controllers and data processors.
The High Court has held that the erection of a third gate in the space of less than 100m was interference with a private right of way.