Human Rights Act sets cat among pigeons of squatting law

Nick Wood

For a considerable time now, the law that applies when a landowner has squatters has been clear and straightforward: if squatters entered land without any lawful right or consent, the landowner could apply to court for a possession order to evict them.

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