Vested Rights in Virginia: HB 1250 and HB 1063 Create A New SAGA and A New BZA Appeal


There have been two significant statutory amendments by the General Assembly which affect local governments, their attorneys and their BZAs. One, HB 1250, is yet another step toward complexity in vested rights issues for all concerned. The other, HB 1063, is a welcome step toward simplifying procedure and should be a relief to local governments, appellants and BZAs.

Both bills have been signed by the Governor and have an effective date of July 1, 2010.

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