RLUIPA Reader: Religious Land Uses, Zoning, and the Courts
Michael S. Giaimo, Lora A. Lucero
American Bar Association, 2009 - Law - 195 pages
This book provides a general background of RLUIPA (Religious Land Use and Institionalized Persons Act) so that the reader understands the context in which RLUIPA was passed by Congress in 2000, as well as a very practical discussion about RLUIPA litigation from the perspective of the church and the perspective of the community. The book offers information and advice on initiating a RLUIPA lawsuit, as well as defending against a RLUIPA lawsuit.
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The History of RLUIPA
The Perspective of the Religious Land Use Applicant
The Unintended Consequences RLUIPA Has Visited on Residential Neighborhoods
RLUIPA The Federal Perspective
RLUIPA in the Courts
How Local Government Can Nip RLUIPA Claims in the Bud
RLUIPA Challenges An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure
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