Compulsory Acquisition of Land (Guernsey) Law, 1949. | Land Portal

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This Law provides for acquisition of private land by the States Treasury Department on behalf of public bodies for purposes of public interest. The law sets out procedures for such acquisition (by compulsory purchase order) and compensation to the former owner. The Act also provides for temporary possession of land by the States and control or use of and access to land (both also to be executed by orders).

Implemented by: Compulsory Acquisition of Land (Guernsey) (Prescribed Forms) Regulations, 2012 (G.S.I. No. 30 of 2012). (2012-07-03)

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