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Graduate Catalog 2013-2014

LAW 785 - Land Use and Zoning

A selective examination of governmental regulation of the use of real estate and of the land development industry.  It is fundamentally a course in applied Constitutional and administrative law.  While it includes the law of nuisance, zoning, density, growth, and subdivision controls, it is a vehicle for exploring the public regulation of business behavior in general, including various strategies for deregulation.

Credits: 2



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