Understanding the law of zoning and land use controls / Barlow Burke.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Burke, D. Barlow, 1941-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis, [2013]
Edition:Third edition.
Series:Understanding series (New York, N.Y.)
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Table of Contents:
  • FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS : THE POLICE POWER, TAKINGS, AND ZONING: The police power
  • The takings clause and its public use requirement
  • Types of takings : physical and regulatory takings
  • The evolution of regulatory takings
  • Temporary regulatory takings
  • The structure of zoning : the Euclid case
  • Euclidian land-use controls and non-conforming uses
  • Aesthetics and zoning
  • Moratoria and growth controls
  • THE ZONING FORMS OF ACTION: Administrative relief from zoning ordinances
  • Seeking a rezoning
  • Non-Euclidean rezoning : administrative flexibility in zoning
  • Judicial review of zoning actions
  • Subdivision regulations, impact fees, linkage fees, and exactions
  • ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION AND ZONING: Exclusionary zoning
  • Civil rights and exclusionary zoning
  • WETLANDS AND BEACHES: Protection of sensitive lands
  • REGULATING THE USER, NOT THE USE: "Family" and group homes
  • The First Amendment and zoning
  • Democracy and zoning : the place of the referendum
  • HALTING AN OWNER'S FURTHER REGULATION: Vested rights and governmental estoppel.