Federal Land Use Law and Litigation
Federal Land Use Law and Litigation examines all federal, constitutional, and statutory limitations on local land use controls, discussing relevant constitutional doctrines, cases, regulations and litigation strategies. It comprehensively reviews Supreme Court and lower federal court decisions that address the constitutionality of land use regulations and discusses a broad range of issues. The text examines topics such as:
- Free speech limitations on land use controls
- Redress for constitutional and statutory violations and discussion of associated attorneys fees provisions
- Liability and immunity of local government and local officials
- Litigation concerns and strategies
- Potential liability for zoning, subdivision, and growth management controls
- Due process and equal protection concerns
- Environmental, Fair Housing, and Telecommunications Acts
The volume allows fast, easy, and on-point research and includes a table of contents, a detailed index, and a table of cases.
land use controls, zoning law, fair housing
Housing Law | Land Use Law | Law | State and Local Government Law | Supreme Court of the United States
Weinstein, Alan and Blaesser, Brian W., "Federal Land Use Law and Litigation" (2020). Law Faculty Books. 56.