Land use law / Daniel R. Mandelker.Material type: TextPublisher: Newark, N.J. : LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 2003Edition: 5th edDescription: 1 volume (various pagings) ; 27 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0327162694; 9780327162698Subject(s): Land use -- Law and legislation -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Land use law.LOC classification: KF5698 | .M29x 2003
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Ch. 1. Controlling land use: an overview -- Ch. 2. The constitutional framework. pt. A. The takings issue ; pt. B. Substantive due process ; pt. C. Procedural due process ; pt. D. Equal protection ; pt. E. Free speech ; pt. F. The contract clause -- Ch. 3. The comprehensive plan. pt. A. Role of the comprehensive plan ; pt. B. Planning legislation ; pt. C. The comprehensive plan and land use controls -- Ch. 4. The zoning system. pt. A. Judicial zoning through nuisance actions ; pt. B. Statutory authority ; pt. C. Home rule ; pt. D. Zoning for government and government-regulated land development ; pt. E. Federal preemption -- Ch. 5. Zoning for land use, density and development. pt. A. Residential districts ; pt. B. Large lot and minimum house size zoning ; pt. C. Commercial and industrial uses ; pt. D. Religious uses ; pt. E. Site development requirements ; pt. F. Nonconforming uses -- Ch. 6. The zoning process. pt. A. Delegation of power ; pt. B. Moratoria and interim zoning ; pt. C. Estoppel and vested rights ; pt. D. Zoning map amendments ; pt. E. Variances, special exceptions, and conditional uses ; pt. F. Flexible zoning ; pt. G. Decision-making procedures ; pt. H. Initiative and referendum -- Ch. 7. Discriminatory, exclusionary and inclusionary zoning. pt. A. The federal Constitution and Fair Housing Act ; pt. B. Exclusionary zoning and the states ; pt. C. Inclusionary planning and zoning -- Ch. 8. Land use litigation and remedies. pt. A. Third-party standing in state courts ; pt. B. Exhaustion of remedies in state courts ; pt. C. Judicial remedies and relief in state courts ; pt. D. Federal remedies ; pt. E. Slapp suits -- Ch. 9. Residential development controls. pt. A. Subdivision control ; pt. B. Planned unit development -- Ch. 10. Growth management and control of public facilities. pt. A. Growth management programs ; pt. B. Corridor preservation -- Ch. 11. Aesthetics, sign regulation and historic preservation. pt. A. Sign control ; pt. B. Architectural design review ; pt. C. Historic preservation -- Ch. 12. Environmental land use regulation. pt. A. Environmental land use programs ; pt. B. Wetlands ; pt. C. Floodplains ; pt. D. Preservation of agricultural land ; pt. E. Coastal setback legislation ; pt. E. Transfer of development rights.
Kept up to date by pocket parts.
Continued by a loose-leaf with the same title.