Japanese knotweed: The case continues

Claire Petricca-Riding, Felicity Wimbush and Alexandra Jones explore the implications of a judgment which held that Japanese knotweed in some circumstances can amount to an actionable nuisance ‘The 2018 Court of Appeal judgment sets a precedent; the spread or encroachment of Japanese knotweed is an actionable nuisance where the knotweed constitutes an “unreasonable interference” with …
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