Illinois Zoning, Eminent Domain and Land Use Manual
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In Illinois Zoning, Eminent Domain and Land Use Manual, three partners in the Chicago offices of the national law firms of DLA Piper LLP (U.S.) and Polsinelli Shughart, P.C. share their decades of experience in the area of land use and eminent domain law. These attorneys have been involved in millions of square feet of development, representing many of the most well-known projects in Illinois and throughout the country. Using their book, you will learn the practical and strategic considerations in planning and litigating a land use case in Illinois. This manual will examine the all-too-often overlooked municipal presentation stage. And you will profit from the book's comprehensive approach and helpful array of forms, checklists, and illustrations.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Choosing the Goal
Chapter 3 The Power of Government
Chapter 4 Assembling the Team
Chapter 5 Preparing the Case
Chapter 6 Dealing with the Local Government
Chapter 7 The Public Hearing
Chapter 8 Legal Basis for Litigation
Chapter 9 Preparing for Litigation
Chapter 10 Pleadings
Chapter 11 Discovery
Chapter 12 The Elements of Trial
Chapter 13 Trial
Chapter 14 Remedies
Chapter 15 Post-Judgment Issues