Frack off! How can I stop people getting at the gas under my house
Fracking is a hot topic not just in the world of alternative energy but also for many rural dwellers who are concerned at the impact that fracking may have on their property.
Many owners or purchasers of country estates are asking either what rights a third party may have over their land to frack, whether they can do anything to prevent fracking and whether there is a potential windfall to them from the presence of shale rock under their land.
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