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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Just Published: Handling the Land Use Case

I am excited to report that Handling the Land Use Case (2016 edition) was recently published by Thomson Reuters. Blog author Julie Tappendorf is one of the co-authors of this two volume treatise on land use litigation. Other authors include John Delaney, Stanley Abrams, Frank Schnidman and Patricia Salkin. The publisher's description of the book is below and if you want to learn more about the book, you can visit the publisher's website.
In Handling the Land Use Case: Land Use Law, Practice & Forms, expert authors with more than 100 years of cumulative land use experience guide you through the complexities of a land use matter from the first client meeting through the administrative and judicial processes. Their overview is comprehensive, covering everything from neighborhood land use squabbles to sophisticated conflicts, presenting guidance on handling the various stakeholders in these situations. The manual provides informative references for lawyers, municipal officials, private land use consultants, landowners, and developers. Coverage includes: 
• Basic regulations

• Use of expert witnesses and exhibits

• Dealing with citizen participation

• Substantive areas of land use and environmental law

• Legal forms and sample documents, both in the text and accompanying CD-ROM

• Extensive checklists and a selected bibliography

• Various approaches and options for attorney fees

• Sample clauses

Post Authored by Julie Tappendorf


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