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Florida Development Permits Eligible for Extension Due to Hurricane Irma

by Holland & Knight LLP on

A permit and development order extension opportunity is available as a result of the threat posed to Florida by the recent Hurricane Irma. Holders of certain development orders can request at least an additional six months to...more

[Event] Nossaman's 2017 California Coastal Law Conference - October 10th, La Jolla, CA

by Nossaman LLP on

Nossaman LLP invites you to join us for the 3rd Coastal Law Conference at The Lodge at Torrey Pines in San Diego. This in-depth seminar will feature officials from the California Coastal Commission and State Lands Commission,...more

The Texas Tree Mitigation Fee Credit Bill is Resurrected from the Dead

by Jackson Walker on

Many developers must remove existing trees in order to build new homes or buildings. Some cities have required developers to pay fees, known as tree mitigation fees, as a condition for permitting the removal of the trees....more

Land Use Lessons from the Eye of the Hurricane

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

As I write this article, powerful Hurricane Irma is bearing down on Florida, and Hurricane Jose is close behind it, farther out in the Atlantic Ocean. Hurricane Irma has already devastated parts of the Caribbean Islands, and...more

Well, Isn't That a Special Use? Navigating the Special Use Permit Process in North Carolina

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

North Carolina statutes provide that cities and counties may issue special use permits in accordance with the principles, conditions, safeguards, and procedures specified in their zoning regulations. A special use permit...more

Richmond’s Master Plan Update: A Rare Opportunity for the Real Estate Development Industry

by Williams Mullen on

On July 18, 2017, the City of Richmond formally initiated an update to the City-wide Master Plan, which it named “Richmond 300: A Guide for Growth”. Intended as a roadmap for the City’s development over the next 25 years, the...more

Podcast Episode 7 - Water and Condemnation with Professor Vanessa Casado Perez

by Locke Lord LLP on

Locke Lord LLP’s Eminent Domain team hosts an original podcast series. In Episode 7, two of Locke Lord’s Dallas Partners, Clint Schumacher and Jeff Mead, talk with Professor Vanessa Casado Perez on Water and Condemnation....more

Rezonings and Text Amendments in Pennsylvania: Procedural and Substantive Considerations

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Often a real estate developer will encounter a zoning ordinance that does not permit the developer’s desired use or physical structure on the property. In these circumstances, the developer may pursue a rezoning of the...more

The Special Economic Zones system extended to cover the entire territory of Poland

by Dentons on

The Polish government has just announced plans to replace the existing Special Economic Zones (SEZ) — scheduled to expire in 2026 — with a new system of permits providing a tax exemption for investments made anywhere in...more

How to Fight City Hall, Part II

by Clark Hill PLC on

To the extent that an ordinance in ambiguous, it must be interpreted in favor of the property owner. I recently overturned an adverse decision against a client by the Webster Township Zoning Board of Appeals. In that...more

Seattle Waterfront’s Local Improvement District: An Introduction

The Seattle Waterfront Project is a step closer in its plans for redevelopment, or at least a step closer in estimating a piece of its funding. Earlier this month, the City of Seattle received a feasibility study revealing...more

How to Avoid Getting Your Deed Rejected for Recording, Part 3: 10 Fail-Safe Tips to Insure Success

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

On July 11, 2016, we authored Part One in an ongoing series discussing the mechanics of how to successfully record a deed in the State of New York, wherein we discussed the various types of ownership interests and how they...more

Florida Governor Extends Deadlines for Development Permits Due to Zika Virus

by Holland & Knight LLP on

An extended opportunity to obtain substantial permit and development order extensions is available as a result of Emergency Orders issued by Florida Gov. Rick Scott because of the Zika virus. To date, holders of certain...more

Florida Development Permits Eligible for Extension Due to Tropical Storm Emily

by Holland & Knight LLP on

A permit and development order extension opportunity is available as a result of the threat posed to Florida by the recent Tropical Storm Emily. Holders of certain development orders can request an additional six months to...more

Fire Protection Districts' Authority to Enforce State Fire Marshal Standards and Regulations Reiterated in California AG Opinion -...

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

The California Attorney General has reiterated fire protection districts’ broad authority to enforce building standards and regulations disseminated by the State Fire Marshal, including for residential occupancies and...more

Breaking news in NSW planning law - Greater Sydney and Wollongong Councillors to be excluded from all development decisions, and...

by Dentons on

The Environmental Planning and Assessment and Electoral Legislation Amendment (Planning Panels and Enforcement) Act 2017 (NSW) (the Local Planning Panel Act) and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Staged...more

Arrested Development? After year of defeating development, could LI be the ‘Land of No’ no longer?

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

This Long Island Business News Article quotes Farrel Fritz' Attorney Anthony Guardino. Long Island has long been a tapestry of small towns from Manhasset to Montauk, with local regulations that seem designed to help keep...more

A new biodiversity regime for development in NSW: in a nutshell

by Dentons on

A new regime for biodiversity assessment will commence on 25 August 2017, changing the way in which biodiversity impacts are both assessed and addressed in the development and use of land throughout the State....more

Spate of Suits Brought by California Communities for Sea Level Rise May Change Landscape of Climate Change Litigation

by Ropes & Gray LLP on

A recent trio of cases filed in California state court seek to hold major fossil fuel companies liable for the effects of sea level rise they allege to be caused by climate change....more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: In Idaho, an Easement Owner Has the Duty to Maintain the Easement, Even if the...

by Stoel Rives LLP on

A recent case in the Idaho Supreme Court serves as a good reminder that Idaho takes a somewhat unique approach to allocating responsibility for easement maintenance. In Fletcher v. Lone Mountain Road Association, Docket No....more

City Council Land Use Committee Approves Midtown East Rezoning

by BakerHostetler on

On Thursday, July 27, the New York City Council’s Land Use Committee approved a long-awaited change to the zoning rules for East Midtown. The amendment establishes the “East Midtown Subdistrict” and affects the area between...more

Amendments to Real Estate legislation

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Amendments to the federal laws - Ministry of Economic Development of Russia Decree No. 846 of December 27, 2016 “On Approval of the Procedure for Considering a Declaration of the Characteristics of a Real Estate Property,...more

Oportunidad adicional para extender órdenes de desarrollo y permisos de construcción

by Bilzin Sumberg on

El gobernador Scott extendió recientemente el estado de emergencia declarado en respuesta al virus del Zika, por lo que quienes cuenten con permisos u órdenes de desarrollo urbano tendrán una oportunidad aún mayor de...more

CEQA News You Can Use - Vol. 2, Issue 2

Welcome to CEQA News You Can Use, a quarterly publication of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Natural Resources lawyers. This publication is intended to provide quick, useful bites of CEQA news that we hope can be a resource...more

California Supreme Court Settles Split of Authority re Implied Dedication of Private Property to the Public

In a 2015 post on Money and Dirt, we reviewed a then-recent Court of Appeal decision, Scher v. Burke, and discussed the split of authority among California courts on the topic of “implied dedication” of private property to...more

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