Inverse condemnation claims can be tricky, particularly in the regulatory context. You don't want to file your claim too soon, as that will likely result in your claim being booted out of court on ripeness grounds. But you also don't want to file your claim too late, as that can result in your claim being barred by the applicable statute of limitations. It is a delicate balance, and one that can often defy logic. (For a real world example of this Catch 22, see Brad Kuhn's Blog Post.) Last week, in Rivera v. County of Solano, Case No. A133616, the California Court of Appeal ...
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