Coastal Commission Public Access Condition Held Invalid

By:  Sean M. Sherlock On October 23, 2014, the California Court of Appeal invalidated a coastal development permit condition requiring a property owner to dedicate an easement for public access across her property.  The case relied in part on U.S. … Continue reading

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Property Owner Waives Right to Challenge Permit Conditions

by Sean M. Sherlock Note:  The California Supreme Court granted review in this case on December 10, 2014.  As such, the case is not citable precedent, and may be reversed in whole or part. In a new case out of San … Continue reading


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