Anderson's American Law of Zoning
This treatise provides attorneys, planners, policy decision-makers, and other land use professionals with a fundamental overview of the history and development of zoning in the United States, together with a review of the current state of zoning, planning, and subdivision control policy. Discusses legislative limitations and legitimate objectives, and provides important case law updates and analysis of such developments as: administrative relief from zoning regulations—special permits and variances; the power to zone—constitutional issues; regulation of uses for profit—agriculture, commerce, and industry; and judicial review of zoning and planning decisions—appeal and Certiorari.
Clark, Boardman, Callaghan
zoning law, United States
Land Use Law
Weinstein, Alan C., "Anderson's American Law of Zoning" (1997). Scholarship Collection. 84.
A. Weinstein ed., vol. 5, 4th ed.