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Arizona land use law covers such topics as zoning issues, encroaching development, and the character of communities. Arizona's body of land use statutes, rules, and case law continues to grow. You'll find that this complex subject is made comprehensible through a logical outline format - an outline that has grown in depth year by year since the first edition was published in 1988. Each point of law is followed by citations from the applicable statutes and cases decided by Arizona's courts, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. The format and depth, coupled with a no-frills, direct and to-the-point writing style, make Arizona Land Use Law an invaluable tool for all professionals engaged in land use and urban planning decisions.
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