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SC Supreme Court Finds County’s Restrictions Did Not Amount to a Categorical or Regulatory Taking of Property

Appellant Columbia Venture, LLC, purchased 4,461 acres of land along the eastern bank of the Congaree River in Richland County, intending to develop the property. Columbia Venture knew at the time of the purchase that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was in the process of revising the area flood maps and designating most of […]

Source: SC Supreme Court Finds County’s Restrictions Did Not Amount to a Categorical or Regulatory Taking of Property


Be Careful About Frivolous Tax Filings

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NH Supreme Court Finds Amendment to Zoning Fines and Penalties Statute Applied Retroactively

Defendant, Edward C. Furlong, III, appealed an order of the Circuit Court awarding judgment in favor of the plaintiff, the Town of Bartlett, in a zoning enforcement action. The defendant owned property in Bartlett, on which he began to renovate in the fall of 2008. The Bartlett Board of Selectmen notified him: by letter, by […]

Source: NH Supreme Court Finds Amendment to Zoning Fines and Penalties Statute Applied Retroactively


How A Beneficiary Deed Can Be Used

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