Japanese knotweed: landowners can claim damages if plant invades their property, court rules

Landowners will be able to claim damages if the “pernicious” plant Japanese knotweed has encroached on their property following a Court of Appeal ruling. In a decision that could have wider implications for landowners across England and Wales, three …
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