Davitt Jones Bould property litigation Partner, Jonathan Warner Reed, considers the legal implications of the 2023 landmark Supreme Court decision in Fearn v Tate in this BE News article.
''It started off as a simple nuisance claim. But the 2023 landmark Supreme Court decision in Fearn v Tate carries legal implications that reverberate far beyond that of traditional nuisance, raising important questions about protecting individual privacy. Indeed, it could create a new precedent with respect to emerging technologies – particularly drones – that depend on ‘visuals’ to operate.''
Read the full article here.
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