Written by specialists in the field, this is a convenient and practical resource to handling all aspects of the most typical land use problems. It is written from the perspective of the administrative process that most often is encountered in a land use matter. Bringing together all applicable land use doctrines in a succinct, easy-to-use format, it is a practical reference for real estate specialists, general practitioners, and planning official. This updated edition of Land Use Regulation describes current legal trends and issues to assist practitioners of every level of experience in representing property owners or governmental interests in the local regulatory process. Examples are drawn from communities around the country to highlight areas of particular importance.
Organized by areas likely to be encountered in a typical practice, this current treatment of land use law covers:
•Current information concerning court attitudes with respect to the power of local communities to regulate land use law
•The basic process of land use law with examples drawn from communities around the country
•Practice tips and insights concerning the operation of land use regulatory systems