Tag Archives: City of San Clemente

Property Owner’s Spot Zoning Challenge Unsuccessful, But Regulatory Taking Still Possible

When a local government agency impermissibly “spot zones” a property, thereby depriving it of all economically beneficial uses, can the property owner seek to invalidate that zoning decision, or is the owner left with a claim for damages under the theory of a regulatory taking? In a recent published California district court decision,… Continue Reading

More on San Clemente Regulatory Takings Case

Yesterday, we wrote about the Avenida San Juan Partnership v. City of San Clemente decision.  For more information on the decision, see the following: Our E-Alert, Court of Appeal Upholds Regulatory Takings Decision Under Penn Central Test; Man Bites Dog! California Property Owner Wins Regulatory Taking Case in the California Court of Appeal, a blog … Continue Reading
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