ZONING’S CENTENNIAL, Part 3: A SERIES BY JOHN R. NOLON

John Nolon’s series on the 100th anniversary of zoning continues with Part 3, which examines the split in state courts regarding zoning’s constitutionality, culminating in 1926 with the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in Euclid v. Ambler Realty Co.  The case established durable principles of judicial review for land use regulations alleged to be in violation of landowner due process rights. The post can be found here:

Post by John R. Nolon
Distinguished Professor of Law, Pace University School of Law Counsel, Land Use Law Center
Adjunct Professor for Land Use Law and Policy, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

 
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