Sunday, October 24, 2010
Patricia Salkin (Albany) is obviously trying to make the rest of us feel unproductive. She has posted her latest article, No Protectable Property Interest in Making Land Use Decisions and Other Ethics in Land Use Issues 2009-2010, from The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 42, p. 649, 2010. The abstract:
This annual review of reported decisions and opinions focused on ethical considerations in land use planning and decisionmaking, continues to highlight the hotly litigated issues surrounding conflicts of interest of various players in the land use game.
Another great read for land use practitioners and scholars alike. In addition, of course, to the essential Law of the Land Blog.
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