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Federal land use law & litigation examines all federal, constitutional, and statutory limitations on local land use controls, discussing cases, regulations, liability, defense strategies, doctrines, and antitrust restrictions. It comprehensively reviews Supreme Court and lower federal court decisions that consider the constitutionality of land use regulations. It discusses complicated free speech issues affected by federal land use law, and municipalities exercising home rule powers. Federal Land Use Law & Litigation examines issues such as: constitutional and statutory limits, First Amendment limitations on land use controls, federal remedies and attorney's fees, liability and immunity issues, litigation guidelines, zoning, subdivision controls, growth management, model complaints, and selected constitutional and statutory decisions.
Database includes most recent edition only. Authors: Brian W. Blaesser, Alan C. Weinstein, Daniel R. Mandelker. Includes index.
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