Pennsylvania Planned Communities and Condominiums In Light of Shaffer Decision: What Now?


Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed, without opinion, the Commonwealth Court's decision in Shaffer Family Limited Partnership v. Zoning Hearing Board of Chanceford Township.1 This case has caused an uproar in the real estate development community. Many real estate developers and their attorneys are now asking, "What governmental approvals are required for the creation and use of planned community and condominium regimes in Pennsylvania?"

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