Somewhat lost amid the flurry of
opinions handed down by the United States Supreme Court at the end of
the 2010-11 session was its grant of certiori in PPL Montana LLC v. Montana (the
link takes you to the SCOTUSblog page for the case, which contains...
Apparently there is more than fist
bumping (pumping?) going on "down the Shore." The PropertyProf Blog has
an interesting story about what it calls " A Non-Taking On The Jersey Shore ." If nothing else, the story gives me a work...
By Professor Mark Fenster
What will be the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District on the regulatory conditions called exactions common to land use regulation? Professor Mark Fenster...
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently announced that it granted review of nine cases, out of about 100 petitions it considered. One of the nine cases affects businesses and concerns a business that had driveway access to a public highway, [ enhanced version...
Can a community condemn shorefront cottages where the beach has eroded at 8 feet per year and the cottages interfere with emergency responders traveling along the beach? Based on the Fourth Circuit's decision at the end of July in Sansotta v Town...
By Gilbert "Gib" C. Laite, III
In Town of Matthews v. Wright , COA14-943, April 21, 2015, [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ], the Town of Matthews filed a condemnation action to take the small portion of a road fronting...