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Deemster refuses to hear more Langness evidence

Wed, 16 Mar 2011

Douglas Courthouse
Douglas Courthouse

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson and his wife have been told they can't submit further evidence in their appeal against public rights of way being found on their land.

 

Deemster Doyle told the Clarksons and Castletown Golf Club that the report published following the Langness Inquiry should be treated as conclusive evidence.

 

The report found that there are public rights of way on the Clarkson's land at Langness, however they are appealing through the High Court.

 

Deemster Doyle said a hearing date will now be set so the matter can be concluded

 


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