Governmental Regulations of Real Property—Can a Regulation Go Too Far?
Young Lawyers Division
, April 2002
Real estate owners and developers are subjected to a multitude of real property regulations at the local, state, and federal levels of government, which require developers to comply with zoning codes, subdivision codes, building codes, wetland regulations, floodway and flood plain regulations, tree preservation ordinances, protected species regulations, impact fee ordinances, and the like.
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