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Climate Change And The Evolution Of Property Rights, Holly Doremus 2016 UC Berkeley

Climate Change And The Evolution Of Property Rights, Holly Doremus

Holly Doremus

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Climate Change And The Evolution Of Property Rights, Holly Doremus 2016 UC Berkeley

Climate Change And The Evolution Of Property Rights, Holly Doremus

Holly Doremus

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Takings, Fiscal Illusion, And The Median Voter, Daniel M. Klerman 2016 USC Law School

Takings, Fiscal Illusion, And The Median Voter, Daniel M. Klerman

University of Southern California Legal Studies Working Paper Series

Schweizer (2017) provides a powerful and general way of using compensation payments to induce efficient actions. Its application to takings under fiscal illusion, however, is problematic. A better model would assume that the government decides to take property by considering effects on the median voter. Under that assumption, payments based on the market value of land, assuming non-excessive investment, induce efficient action by both landowners and the government.


Shhh: Eighth Circuit Puts Conservationists Intervenor To Bed In Quiet Title Action In North Dakota Ex Rel. Stenehjem V. United States, Matthew K. Arnold 2016 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Shhh: Eighth Circuit Puts Conservationists Intervenor To Bed In Quiet Title Action In North Dakota Ex Rel. Stenehjem V. United States, Matthew K. Arnold

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

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The Financing Assignee And The Contract For Sale In The United States And Canada, Benjamin Geva 2016 Selected Works

The Financing Assignee And The Contract For Sale In The United States And Canada, Benjamin Geva

Benjamin Geva

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Caveat Emptor: How The Public Trust Doctrine Impacts The Penn Central Test And A Beachfront Landowner’S “Bundle Of Rights”, Eric J. Risley Jr. 2016 Boston College Law School

Caveat Emptor: How The Public Trust Doctrine Impacts The Penn Central Test And A Beachfront Landowner’S “Bundle Of Rights”, Eric J. Risley Jr.

Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review

Derived from ancient Justinian and English common law, the “public trust doctrine” vests ultimate and inalienable ownership of certain tracts of land in the state. Many states have incorporated some variation of the public trust doctrine into their statutes, constitutions, or common law. The application of the public trust doctrine, however, has been challenged as constituting a Fifth Amendment regulatory taking of private property under the United States Constitution, giving rise to the need for just compensation. This type of application of the public trust doctrine was at issue in the nearly decade-long saga culminating in the decision of Palazzolo ...


Real Estate Investment Trusts In Canada, Samita Pachai 2016 The University of Western Ontario

Real Estate Investment Trusts In Canada, Samita Pachai

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The Canadian real estate investment trust (REIT) industry began in the early 1990s and, over the past twenty years, the legislative landscape governing REITs has changed dramatically. This dissertation examines how REIT legislation has progressed in Canada and the effects it has had on the industry as a whole. After examining the basic characteristics of a REIT, an overview of the legislative evolution is presented. This thesis argues that recent legislation has been successful in allowing REITs to flourish, with 48 public equity REITs now trading in Canada comprising a market capitalization of over CAD 50 billion. A thorough examination ...


Cartways—An Ancient Relic Disturbing Today's Rural Landscape?, Sarah R. Jewell 2016 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Cartways—An Ancient Relic Disturbing Today's Rural Landscape?, Sarah R. Jewell

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

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Big Fish, Small Sea: Big Companies In Small Towns, Christyne J. Vachon 2016 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Big Fish, Small Sea: Big Companies In Small Towns, Christyne J. Vachon

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

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This Land Is Not For Sale, Derrick Braaten 2016 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

This Land Is Not For Sale, Derrick Braaten

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

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Perspectives - Emmy Award-Winning Producer And Director Thomas Kaufman, James Hagy, Colin Pearce 2016 New York Law School

Perspectives - Emmy Award-Winning Producer And Director Thomas Kaufman, James Hagy, Colin Pearce

Rooftops Project

What makes an effective message when asking for donations to a capital project using video and streaming media? Professor James Hagy and Rooftops Team member Colin Pearce asked Emmy Award-winning producer and director Tom Kaufman after screening his remarkable two-minute video for the Playtime Project, the goal of which was to fund construction of a children’s playground for a large homeless shelter in a converted, former general hospital in the District of Columbia.


Probate A To Z: Guiding You Through The Statutes, Rules, And Procedures (Click Sharkmedia Below For Video), Adam Scott Goldberg 2016 Krause & Goldberg PA

Probate A To Z: Guiding You Through The Statutes, Rules, And Procedures (Click Sharkmedia Below For Video), Adam Scott Goldberg

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Intestate Succession In A Polygamous Society, Barry Cushman 2016 Notre Dame Law School

Intestate Succession In A Polygamous Society, Barry Cushman

Barry Cushman

The pursuit of polygamous unions by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in nineteenth-century Utah posed challenges for the law of the family unique in the annals of American legal history. The exotic familial relationships generated by plural marriages created novel and peculiar problems for the traditional law of intestacy. Mormon leaders, in an effort to avoid these problems, urged their polygamous brethren to make wills. Many polygamists, however, either neglected to plan their estates or were actively opposed to doing so. Mormon legislators accordingly sought to craft statutory schemes that would accommodate the peculiar inheritance ...


Convention Providing A Uniform Law On The Form Of An International Will: Problems With State Probate Law, Jack N. Sibley 2016 University of Georgia School of Law

Convention Providing A Uniform Law On The Form Of An International Will: Problems With State Probate Law, Jack N. Sibley

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Zoning Ordinances On Churches; Examination Of Jurors As To Religious Prejudice, 2016 St. John's University School of Law

The Effect Of Zoning Ordinances On Churches; Examination Of Jurors As To Religious Prejudice

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Emulsified Property, Jessica A. Shoemaker 2016 Pepperdine University

Emulsified Property, Jessica A. Shoemaker

Pepperdine Law Review

The typical American Indian reservation is often described as a “checkerboard” of different real property ownership forms. Individual parcels of reservation land may be held in either a special federal Indian trust status or in fee, by either Indian or non-Indian owners. The general jurisdictional framework provides that federal and sometimes tribal law sets the rights and responsibilities of trust owners, while fee owners are subject to a peculiar mix of state and tribal law. Many scholars have analyzed the challenges created by this checkerboard pattern of property and jurisdiction. This Article, however, reveals an even more complicated issue that ...


Proactive Natural Disaster Recovery And Resilience In The Northeast: Should Governments Exercise Buyout Programs And, If Necessary, Eminent Domain, To Prevent Disaster?, Stellina Napolitano 2016 Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

Proactive Natural Disaster Recovery And Resilience In The Northeast: Should Governments Exercise Buyout Programs And, If Necessary, Eminent Domain, To Prevent Disaster?, Stellina Napolitano

Pace Environmental Law Review

In light of the devastation left behind by the three most recent natural disasters in the northeast region—Hurricane Irene, Tropical Storm Lee, and Superstorm Sandy—local and state governments are now implementing “buyout programs” in order to protect the future of beachfront and flood-prone communities. These programs may not be a perfect solution, so, while positions differ on whether to pursue taking private properties by use of eminent domain, it may be a favorable option in order to attain the ultimate goal of safety and resilience against future disaster. Section II of this paper will analyze the background and ...


A Lender's Vorpal Sword: Expungement Affidavits & Their Power To Void Sheriff's Sales & Revert Mortgages Back To The Homeowner, Joshua LaBar 2016 Michigan State University College of Law

A Lender's Vorpal Sword: Expungement Affidavits & Their Power To Void Sheriff's Sales & Revert Mortgages Back To The Homeowner, Joshua Labar

Cornell Real Estate Review

Like many Americans across the country, Michigan residents have faced a staggering number of foreclosures in the last few years.2 In 2009, Laura Buttazzoni was one of the many Michigan homeowners facing the dire reality that she was going to lose her home.3 After Buttazzoni’s failed attempt to sell her home, her bank initiated a sheriff’s sale in late 2009.4 After the statutory redemption period expired,5 Fannie Mae evicted Buttazzoni and relisted the home in 2011.6 Even though Buttazzoni’s home was foreclosed, sold at a sale, and relisted on the market—she ...


Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Developments In Partitioning Real And Personal Property In Marital, Business, And Personal Relationships In Florida Jurisprudence, Harry M. Hipler 2016 University of Miami Law School

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Developments In Partitioning Real And Personal Property In Marital, Business, And Personal Relationships In Florida Jurisprudence, Harry M. Hipler

University of Miami Business Law Review

This article focuses on partition of real and personal property in Florida in the 21st century. It discusses questions and issues about partitioning real and personal property, so that private lawyers who practice in a variety of areas can familiarize themselves with how partition proceedings work. Partition of real and personal property is not restricted to one area of the law. Instead, it relates to and bleeds over into a multitude of areas of the law making it necessary for all practitioners to be familiar with the area of partition. Partition is now provided in all 50 states, and Florida ...


License To Profit: An Analysis Of Entry Regulations In The Legal And Real Estate Professions, Evgeny S. Vorotnikov 2016 University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

License To Profit: An Analysis Of Entry Regulations In The Legal And Real Estate Professions, Evgeny S. Vorotnikov

University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy

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