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GA Supreme Court Holds Property Owners’ Use of Their Property as an Event Venue Moved Beyond that Expected or Customary for a One-Family Dwelling

Thomas and Lee Burton own an oceanfront property in the East Beach area of St. Simons Island, within a single-family residential zoning district classified as “R–6” under the Glynn County Zoning Ordinance. After the completion of a large, lavish home on the property in 2008, the Burtons began offering the property, known as Villas de […]

Source: GA Supreme Court Holds Property Owners’ Use of Their Property as an Event Venue Moved Beyond that Expected or Customary for a One-Family Dwelling


Carpenter on Post-Katrina Comprehensive Plans

Source: Carpenter on Post-Katrina Comprehensive Plans


Funeral Trusts Might Be A Good Way To Protect Assets

Source: Funeral Trusts Might Be A Good Way To Protect Assets


Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Denial of Conspiracy Charges Against City Officials Over Development Projects

In this case Frank, Gabriela, Patricia, John, and Frank E. Konarski, owners of a housing development business in Tucson, appealed from the district court’s dismissal of their complaint against the City of Tucson and several city officials. The Konarskis alleged that city officials, in declining to meet with them to discuss a proposed ordinance and […]

Source: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Denial of Conspiracy Charges Against City Officials Over Development Projects


Young on The Right to Posthumous Bodily Integrity

Source: Young on The Right to Posthumous Bodily Integrity


New Connecticut Fees May Make Probate Very Expensive

Source: New Connecticut Fees May Make Probate Very Expensive