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Resources for Land Use Topics, including Property, Planning, Environmental Issues and Administrative Law
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Land Use Prof Blog

The Land Use Prof Blog is a collaboration between several law professors who specialize in the field.

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Law of the Land blog

Law of the Land is written by Prof. Patricia E. Salkin, of Albany Law School. 

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Land Use Law's simple name belies the complex interactions between zoning law, environmental law and property law that govern what people can do with their land. Many of these interactions will occur not only in the courts, but in executive agencies.


Background Material / Study Aids

Any book on Reserve can be found at the Circulation Desk.

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Land use regulation - Stewart E. Sterk & Eduardo M. PeƱalver
Call Number: 3rd Floor - KF5698 .S74 2011
ISBN: 1599418746
Publication Date: 2011

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Land use in a nutshell - John R. Nolon & Patricia E. Salkin
Call Number: Law Reserve KF5698.Z9 N65 2006
ISBN: 0314163719
Publication Date: 2006

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Land use planning and development regulation law - Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer & Thomas E. Roberts
Call Number: 3rd Floor - KF5698 .J84 2013
ISBN: 9780314286475
Publication Date: 2013

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