Hedonic regression and relativity – NearlyLegal

Posted September 8th, 2014 in compensation, enfranchisement, leases, news, tribunals by sally

‘The question of the use of hedonic regression in the calculation of relativity is, I suspect, not breakfast table conversation for some of our readers even if it would appear that in the bars of Chelsea they talk of nothing else. The Upper Tribunal’s decision in Re: 47 Phillimore Gardens (available on the Upper Tribunal website) is all about exactly that topic and I think it is an important one. I will therefore try to unpack with my apologies to those readers for whom most of this is obvious.’

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NearlyLegal, 4th September 2014

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