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Delivered by barrister Rachel Coyle of The 36 Group, this bite-size webinar will discuss the case of Network Rail Infrastructure (NRI) Ltd v Williams & Anor , the first appellate case on Japanese Knotweed.
Essential for conveyancing practitioners of all levels, this session will seek to answer the following questions:
• Can you get damages for diminution in value?
• On what basis is such damages awarded – pure economic loss? Distress and inconvenience?
• Does what the Court of Appeal say about pure economic loss affect professional negligence claims?
• Can there be a claim for encroachment or only for the nuisance causing one’s quiet enjoyment to be disturbed?
- On completion of this course you will:
- • Be familiar with the facts of the case in NRI Ltd v Williams & Anor 
- • Appreciate the implications of the NRI Ltd v Williams & Anor  decision and what this means for conveyancing moving forwards
- • Feel more confident when advising clients regarding Japanese Knotweed and the issues which this presents
What is the target audience?
- This course is suitable for conveyancing practitioners of all levels including prarlegals and trainees
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