Generally speaking, I think it's easy to say the government will win," said New York University law professor Richard Epstein, who has been called the nation's leading academic expert on eminent domain and takings law
My particular edge concerns real property: specifically, the right of property owners to make productive use of their land without undue government interference--or, to put it in the vernacular, takings law
this particular area of takings law
in the relative darkness of
Regulatory takings law
in its present form is ill-equipped
Today, when most people think of takings law
, they instinctively turn to the now-infamous 2005 decision in Kelo v.
After an exhaustive discussion of takings law
, impact fees, and exactions, the authors conclude that local governments should not adopt mandatory inclusionary zoning ordinances.
While the United States and China have reached similar solutions to takings law
questions, close study of the evolution of this law in each country suggests that these solutions, while startlingly similar, are based on different ideological principles and address radically different problems.
Lambert, "Takings and Judicial Deference: Takings Law
After the 2004-05 Supreme Court Term," The Appraisal Journal (Fall 2005): 348-362.
This paper explores the development of temporary regulatory takings law
, the Supreme Court's latest temporary takings opinion--Tahoe-Sierra Preservation Council v.
6) On initial inspection, therefore, Lingle simply ties up one relatively small loose end in takings law
Like those in other cities and counties around the state, Eugene officials went into a sweat after the takings law
was approved by voters - not only creating a huge financial liability but undermining the authority of governments to enforce land use laws.
It examines the range of land development issues and takings law
as well as analysis of case law.