Wednesday, 22 of November of 2017

Notorious B.I.G., Estate Warns Kendall & Kylie Lawsuit’s Coming, Unless

Source: Notorious B.I.G., Estate Warns Kendall & Kylie Lawsuit’s Coming, Unless


Article on Reform of the Customary Law of Inheritance in Nigeria: Lessons from South Africa

Source: Article on Reform of the Customary Law of Inheritance in Nigeria: Lessons from South Africa


1031 “Like-Kind” Exchanges Are Under Fire. Again

Source: 1031 “Like-Kind” Exchanges Are Under Fire. Again


Thouron Estates

Source: Thouron Estates


Preparing Heirs for Successful Wealth Stewardship

Source: Preparing Heirs for Successful Wealth Stewardship


WI Supreme Court Finds County Land Use Committee was Within Its Jurisdiction in Denying a Conditional Use Permit to a Fracking Company

AllEnergy Corporation and AllEnergy Silica, Arcadia, LLC (collectively AllEnergy) located a site in the Town of Arcadia in Trempealeau County for a frac sand mine. The site was located in an Exclusive Agriculture 2 (EA-2) zoning district, which has the stated purpose to “preserve class I, II and III soils and additional irrigated farmland from […]

Source: WI Supreme Court Finds County Land Use Committee was Within Its Jurisdiction in Denying a Conditional Use Permit to a Fracking Company


Disputes over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault into Question

Source: Disputes over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault into Question


PA Appeals Court Finds Objectors’ Evidence Did Not Constitute the Requisite Substantial Evidence to Thwart Applicants’ Entitlement to a Conditional Use as a Matter of Right

In September 2015, Applicants EQT Production Company and ET Blue Grass Clearing, LLC filed their application for conditional use approval for a proposed unconventional gas well site on the “Bickerton Well Site.” The proposed well site was approximately 126 acres and included “unconventional wells both at the vertical and horizontal laterals and be hydraulically fractured.” […]

Source: PA Appeals Court Finds Objectors’ Evidence Did Not Constitute the Requisite Substantial Evidence to Thwart Applicants’ Entitlement to a Conditional Use as a Matter of Right


A Second, Even Bigger Foreclosure Reaches NYC Billionaires’ Row

Source: A Second, Even Bigger Foreclosure Reaches NYC Billionaires’ Row


ME Supreme Judicial Court Finds Site Plan Approval was Supported by Substantial Evidence and no Variance was Necessary

Editor’s note: The following summary is reposted from Bond Municipal Case Briefs with permission, see: http://bondcasebriefs.com/2017/06/27/cases/balano-v-town-of-kittery/ Resident challenged decision by town planning board to approve a site plan application for development of a hotel. The Superior Court affirmed the decision. Resident appealed. The Supreme Judicial Court of Maine held that: Planning board’s approval of a site […]

Source: ME Supreme Judicial Court Finds Site Plan Approval was Supported by Substantial Evidence and no Variance was Necessary