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Postby BATS » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:28 pm

solicitor makes statement claiming respondent breaching planning law this is a without notice application. 14 years later forwards letter confirming he knew there was permission through consent. but failed to give notice of consent in application. solicitor was able to obtain interim injunction. and cause some persons to leave their land.
what are the consequences when one wilfully lies?
can a case be built on nefarious information?
would solicitor company have gave assurances for paying damages from interim injunction?
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Re: wilful deceit part 8 claim without notice

Postby dls » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:46 am

14 years later?
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Re: wilful deceit part 8 claim without notice

Postby gid » Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:13 am

Planning authorities can take action against concealment beyond normal time limits under the Localism Act 2011 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2011/20/section/124/enacted

Who is the solicitor acting for?
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Re: wilful deceit part 8 claim without notice

Postby dls » Thu Feb 22, 2018 3:44 pm

I am sorry but I still do not remotely understand what you are saying happened.

solicitor makes statement claiming respondent breaching planning law

A report of a breach to the lPA. So far, OK.

this is a without notice application.

What application?
14 years later forwards letter confirming he knew there was permission through consent.


Permission by whom for what -and consent by whom and for what?
solicitor was able to obtain interim injunction. and cause some persons to leave their land.

Solicitor for whom, what people, whose land.
This seems to be a mix up of the quite separate laws of trespass and planning.

When you live closely with these things, things seem very obvious, but to those who have no idea what you ae talking about, there is no possibility of
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