We represented a central government agency in an administrative litigation regarding the cancellation of land expropriation. The Taichung High Administrative Court ruled in our favor and rejected the opposing party’s claims. The decision is subject to appeal.
The plaintiff claimed that the expropriation shall be nullified due to “change of circumstances”; also, the land in dispute has not been utilized. The count pointed out that 1) there is no change of circumstances; and 2) the plaintiffs have occupied the land illegally and thus have no right to proclaim revocation.
This case was handled by Mr. Cheng-Yuan Yu, our founding partner, who is a senior litigator with more than 20 years of experience. Prior to founding Titan Law, he worked at several leading law firms in Taiwan, such as Formosa Transnational Attorneys-at-Law and PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal Taiwan. Mr. Cheng-Yuan Yu is an expert in administrative litigation, tax and white-collar crime.