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Manchester City Council v Pinnock: shifting ideas of ownership of land

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It may look strange to suggest that such a recent Supreme Court decision merits the appellation of being a landmark case, particularly given that its importance relates to the application of a modern statute. Indeed, the judgement in Pinnock came very shortly after the tenth anniversary of the implementation of the Human Rights Act 1998. During that decade, however, the scope of the Article 8 right to respect for the home generated an unusual amount of judicial activity seeking to...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
Version:
Accepted Manuscript

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
New College
Department:
Oxford, Social Sciences, Faculty of Law
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Institution:
University of Nottingham
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Editor
Publisher:
Hart Publishing Publisher's website
Pages:
253-274
Series:
Landmark cases
Host title:
Landmark Cases in Land Law
Publication date:
2013-01-01
URN:
uuid:414b9036-fa1b-4ea0-9987-16d6918e365d
Source identifiers:
2597
Local pid:
daisy:2597
Language:
English
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