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Andrew Francis writes for New Law Journal

In this article Andrew Francis considers (with reference to a recent judgment of the Planning Court in House v Waverley BC) a frequently overlooked area of property law where private rights under restrictive covenants are on a course which might collide with public law rights under planning law.

To read this article in full, please click here (paywalled).