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MS Appeals Court Questions Ruling Below that Applicant Failed to Exhaust Administrative Remedies by Not Seeking a Rezoning

Michelle Durr filed a lawsuit for injunctive relief and for damages suffered when the City of Picayune allegedly improperly rezoned her commercial property to residential. The building, previously used as a furniture store, sat adjacent to Durr’s other building, on Canal Street, where Durr operated a hair salon. Durr intended to renovate the new building […]

Source: MS Appeals Court Questions Ruling Below that Applicant Failed to Exhaust Administrative Remedies by Not Seeking a Rezoning


Jefferson-Jones on the Housing Segment of the “Sharing Economy”

Source: Jefferson-Jones on the Housing Segment of the “Sharing Economy”


Georgia Supreme Court Rules That Virtual Adoption Requires Intestacy

Source: Georgia Supreme Court Rules That Virtual Adoption Requires Intestacy


NY Appellate Court Upholds ZBA’s Determination that Town Code Permitted the Construction of a Single-Family Residence in Addition to Existing Nonconforming Business Use

Wainscott Wombles, LLC, purchased the subject property located in a residential zoning district. Before 1975, the only building on the property had a pre-existing nonconforming diner. In 1975, the Zoning Board of the Town of East Hampton approved the application of the previous owner of the property to change the nonconforming use from a diner […]

Source: NY Appellate Court Upholds ZBA’s Determination that Town Code Permitted the Construction of a Single-Family Residence in Addition to Existing Nonconforming Business Use


Brady on The Lost ‘Effects’ of the Fourth Amendment: Giving Personal Property Due Protection

Source: Brady on The Lost ‘Effects’ of the Fourth Amendment: Giving Personal Property Due Protection


Non-Grantor Trust State Income Tax Chart Released

Source: Non-Grantor Trust State Income Tax Chart Released