Land Use Courts

October 11, 2013 at 9:23 am

NAIOP is exploring this approach with other chapters across the country and is looking for your opinion.

Land Use Courts are state courts, dedicated trial divisions, which hear exclusively land use matters.
According to the Land Use Integrity Project, they are an effective way to speed disputes arising from land-use decisions and ensure that legal cases are reviewed by experts since some kind of expertise in land use law is generally required to serve on a Land Use Court.  Read more about Land Use Courts

The Land Use Integrity Project is a business coalition focused on generating and advocating for progressive efficiencies in land use reform.

Let NAIOP know what you think of the Land Use Court concept: Email Kaye Rakow

Entry filed under: Public Policy | Government Affairs.

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