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California environmental law and land use practice is an essential tool in keeping up with the constant changes in science, technology and energy regulations forming California public policy. Updated twice a year, this invaluable collection brings together expert, highly focused analysis on all major areas of California environmental and land use law including the most recent legislation, regulations, and case law. Comprehensive and authoritative land use regulation and environmental law are now inseparable in California. Property developers, for instance, must do more than comply with zoning, subdivision, and planning laws. They must also consider the relevant sections of the California Environmental Quality Act and pertinent regulations governing such issues as coastal zones, wetlands, and hazardous waste cleanup. Understanding how all these regulations relate to each other and determining which ones pertain to a specific project or case can take many hours of research. California environmental law and land use practice addresses this issue head-on. In a single set of volumes, it brings together expert commentary on all the environmental laws that impinge on land use. There is no other comparable edition that is so encyclopedic in scope. You can refer to California environmental law and land use practice for authoritative information on all aspects of California law and practice.
Consultants: Kenneth A. Manaster, Daniel P. Selmi.
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