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Subdivision Law & Growth Management, May 2019 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2019
ISBN: 9780314961693
Service #: 13517098
Sub #: 13517097
Pages: 3717
Shelf Space: 6 in.
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: No updating

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Presents specific case results, judicial and legislative trends, policy choices, strategies, approval, denial modification, and administrative subdivision. Examines issues arising from: evolving methods of controlling the pace of local development, regulating the types of structures and uses allowed in lands proposed for new development, ensuring the availability of public infrastructure to serve and support new development, and infrastructure finance raising. Sections discuss: growth management techniques, legal limitations on growth management strategies, growth management system evaluation, subdivision control generally, financing capital improvements, subdivision planning standards, subdivision administration, enforcement of subdivision controls, and vested development rights.


  • Offers an interdisciplinary review of the literature analyzing the efficiency, effectiveness, and impact of growth management systems
  • Examines judicial and legislative trends, and strategies for legal challenges and defenses
  • Highlights which techniques of subdivision and growth mangement will stand up in court
  • Discusses the legal bases for approval, denial modification, and litigation of administrative subdivision
  • Provides specific case results