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KS Supreme Court Finds Prevention of Using Property Pursuant to Restrictive Covenant Constituted a Taking

In 1999, State of Kansas and the Kansas Department of Transportation (collectively KDOT) purchased property from Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, which included lots 55 through 75 in Grande Oaks. In 2005, KDOT placed trailers on these lots and, in subsequent years, used the lots for various construction activities. Eventually, KDOT constructed permanent bridges and pavements […]

Source: KS Supreme Court Finds Prevention of Using Property Pursuant to Restrictive Covenant Constituted a Taking


CLEs on Fundamentals of the Modern Estate Planning Practice

Source: CLEs on Fundamentals of the Modern Estate Planning Practice


OR Court of Appeals Affirms Land Use Board of Appeals Decision Permitting County to Prohibit Growing of Marijuana

Editor’s Note: This summary was prepared by Shannon Q. Sullivan of Touro Law Center. In 1998, Oregon voters approved the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMA), legalizing under state law the production and sale of marijuana for medical purposes. The OMMA was codified in ORS chapter 475B. In 2004, Oregon voters approved Ballot Measure 91, which […]

Source: OR Court of Appeals Affirms Land Use Board of Appeals Decision Permitting County to Prohibit Growing of Marijuana


Will You Be Able to Live Forever?

Source: Will You Be Able to Live Forever?