Zoning and Planning Law Handbook

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Clark Boardman Company, 1995 - Zoning law
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Contents

CHAPTER
3
10
5
New Trends and Developments
9
CHAPTER 2
19
g Historic Preservation
25
1 gns and Billboards
35
PART 2
45
4 ReligionRelated Land Uses
47
3 Effect of Taking Issues
252
Trust Doctrine
258
Takings Judgment
268
Breaking the Exclusionary Land Use Regulation
297
3 Delays in the Approval Process
316
County
331
3 Effects of Regulation
337
PART 5
341

PART 4
50
Rent Control Cases Go
51
Alcohol Upheld
68
Constitute Final Decisions
81
36
89
4 State Compensation Prong
96
d Inadequate State
104
Dealing With Dolan Practically
111
5 Developers May Not Have to
122
Flying in the Face
129
37
132
Existing Law
135
GovernmentToward a Theory
144
How to Get Around the Requirement
153
PART 6
163
CHAPTER 7
175
38
177
PART 3
178
2 Reversing the Bush
184
42
189
Landowners
193
5 Promising New Flexibility in
200
6_ Endorsing Mitigation Banking
206
49
216
Protection
218
Implications
229
Jurisprudence
238
CHAPTER 10
351
Housing on Inexpensive Land
364
1 Is it Legal?
370
2 Cases Finding No Violation of
421
New Developments in the Effective Preclusion
435
The Emerging
449
04
450
Suburbanization
455
b Planning in the Context
463
Growth Management Regulations
470
Projects
478
4 Ensuring the Consistency of Local
497
Local Plans and Regulations
500
Encouraging Compact High
507
and State Investment
514
The Endangered
521
2 Limits on Defensive Measures
546
3 Limits on Commercial Dealings
554
2 Governments NonOwnership
561
3 Requirements for Affirmative
567
How to Cope WithOr WithoutBig Box
579
2 Historic Preservation of Interiors
604
3 Cases Challenging Historic
617
a The Legitimate Interest
630
Index
639
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