Show Nav
View printable PDF    |   

Supreme Court Affirms that Evidence of Contamination and Remediation Costs May Be Admitted in Condemnation Cases

In this issue

  • Supreme Court Affirms that Evidence of Contamination and Remediation Costs May Be Admitted in Condemnation Cases
  • Court Discusses How to Handle Property Tax Assessment Challenges Affected by Invalidation of Act 86 Process

  • Case Addresses What Constitutes a Boundary Agreement Under § 66.0301(2)

  • Municipal Subdivision Ordinance Granting Council Discretion to Make Decision Upheld

  • Municipal Authority to Limit Actions of Residential Landlords Restricted

  • Land Under Highway Owned by Property Owner; May Impact Whether Minimum Lot Size Requirement is Met

  • Electric Utility Municipalization Efforts Move Forward

View full PDF here.

This newsletter is published and distributed for informational pur- poses only. It does not offer legal advice with respect to particular situations, and does not purport to be a complete treatment of the legal issues surrounding any topic. Because your situation may differ from those described in this Newsletter, you should not rely solely on this information in making legal decisions.

More from Municipal Law Newsletter