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Property and freedom : the constitution, the courts, and land-use regulation

Author: Bernard H Siegan; Bowling Green State University. Social Philosophy & Policy Center.
Publisher: New Brunswick [N.J.] : Transaction Publishers, 1997.
Series: Studies in social philosophy & policy, no. 19.
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Over the past few years, a series of Supreme Court decisions has strengthened the legal protection of private property in the United States by limiting the power of state and local governments to impose zoning ordinances and land-use regulations on property owners. Bernard H. Siegan explores this new direction of the Supreme Court in Property and Freedom: The Constitution, the Courts, and Land-Use Regulation,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard H Siegan; Bowling Green State University. Social Philosophy & Policy Center.
ISBN: 1560003235 9781560003236 1560009748 9781560009740
OCLC Number: 36776526
Notes: At head of title: SPPC, Social Philosophy & Policy Center.
Description: vii, 291 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Why Property Rights Are Important --
2. The Constitution Secures Property Rights --
3. The Judicial Obligation to Protect Liberty --
4. Major Takings Cases Prior to 1987 --
5. Takings Decisions in 1987 and Subsequent Years --
6. Recent Court Decisions Applying Nollan and Dolan --
7. Zoning: Political Control of Property --
8. Preserving and Enhancing the Environment --
9. Conclusions and Recommendations.
Series Title: Studies in social philosophy & policy, no. 19.
Responsibility: Bernard H. Siegan.

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Over the past few years, a series of Supreme Court decisions has strengthened the legal protection of private property in the United States by limiting the power of state and local governments to impose zoning ordinances and land-use regulations on property owners. Bernard H. Siegan explores this new direction of the Supreme Court in Property and Freedom: The Constitution, the Courts, and Land-Use Regulation, arguing that this recent jurisprudence implements the objectives of the Framers of the original Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Fourteenth Amendment.

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