Case Studies from Scotland

  • Jyoti Rao


In this chapter, 19 relevant case reports from the Lands Tribunal for Scotland are analysed using the method of qualitative content analysis. These cases present detailed discussion on functionings lost by affected landowners due to either compulsory acquisition or injurious affection caused to their lands. The chapter concludes by presenting a list of 15 subjectively valuable functionings derived together from all 19 case reports.


Lands Tribunal for Scotland Compensation Compulsory acquisition Servitude Blight CAAD Hope value Principle of equivalence Market value 


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  • Jyoti Rao
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  1. 1.University of MelbourneMelbourneAustralia

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