Land, Valuation and Housing Tribunals

Publication date: 03 September 2003

report makes recommendations for reforming the system for running land, valuation and housing tribunals. By applying the principles of independence, coherence and user-friendliness as set out in the Leggatt review, the Law Commission recommends a unified structure: a generic Property and Valuation Tribunal (PVT) to hear the majority of first instance cases and a reformed Lands Tribunal to hear cases falling within the Lands Tribunal’s current first instance jurisdictions, together with all appeals from the PVT. This tribunal would also hear cases currently within the jurisdiction of the Commons Commissioners and the Adjudicator.

The report concludes our project: Land, Valuation and Housing Tribunals.
Reference number: LC281

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