A change of heart can hurt

Edwards, Martin; Martin, John
February 2004
EG: Estates Gazette;2/7/2004, Issue 406, p142
Trade Publication
Discusses a lawsuit filed by Saunders against Tendring District Council in Great Britain in 2003 relating to Saunders's application of development planning permission. Details of the case; Legal principles involved; Decision of the court on the case.


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