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Home Team Advantage?: The Taking Of Private Property For Sports Stadiums, Erin A. Stanton Dec 2005

Home Team Advantage?: The Taking Of Private Property For Sports Stadiums, Erin A. Stanton

City University of New York Law Review

No abstract provided.


From Direct "Public Use" To Indirect "Public Benefit": Kelo V. New London's Bridge From Rational Basis To Heightened Scrutiny For Eminent Domain Takings, Trent Christensen Dec 2005

From Direct "Public Use" To Indirect "Public Benefit": Kelo V. New London's Bridge From Rational Basis To Heightened Scrutiny For Eminent Domain Takings, Trent Christensen

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Property As Entrance, Eduardo M. Peñalver Dec 2005

Property As Entrance, Eduardo M. Peñalver

Cornell Law Faculty Publications



Note: The Lesson Of Lopez: The Political Dynamics Of Federalism's Political Safeguards, Daniel A. Lyons Dec 2005

Note: The Lesson Of Lopez: The Political Dynamics Of Federalism's Political Safeguards, Daniel A. Lyons

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

No abstract provided.


Note: The Lesson Of Lopez: The Political Dynamics Of Federalism's Political Safeguards, Daniel Lyons Nov 2005

Note: The Lesson Of Lopez: The Political Dynamics Of Federalism's Political Safeguards, Daniel Lyons

Daniel Lyons

No abstract provided.


Preparing For Cafta-Dr: The Need Of Commercial Law Reform In Central America, Omar E. Garcia-Bolivar Nov 2005

Preparing For Cafta-Dr: The Need Of Commercial Law Reform In Central America, Omar E. Garcia-Bolivar

ExpressO

This article explores the policies, laws and institutions that may prevent Central American States from exploiting the opportunities provided by the CAFTA-DR. In that sense, we examine several of the legal factors that appear to be important in determining economic growth as they apply to the commercial legal conditions of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.


What Is To Be Done? Legislators Look At Redevelopment Reforms, Senate Local Government Committee, Senate Transportation & Housing Committee, Assembly Housing & Community Development Committee, Assembly Local Government Committee, Assembly Judiciary Committee Nov 2005

What Is To Be Done? Legislators Look At Redevelopment Reforms, Senate Local Government Committee, Senate Transportation & Housing Committee, Assembly Housing & Community Development Committee, Assembly Local Government Committee, Assembly Judiciary Committee

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Like-Kind Exchanges And Involuntary Conversions (Related Articles) Nov 2005

Like-Kind Exchanges And Involuntary Conversions (Related Articles)

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Estate Planning For The Successful Real Estate Entrepreneur, Louis A. Mezzullo, Mary Ann Mancini Nov 2005

Estate Planning For The Successful Real Estate Entrepreneur, Louis A. Mezzullo, Mary Ann Mancini

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Disposing Of Overleveraged Real Estate: Thinking Outside The Box, Blake D. Rubin Nov 2005

Disposing Of Overleveraged Real Estate: Thinking Outside The Box, Blake D. Rubin

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Involuntary Conversions I.R.C. Section 1033, R Braxton Hill Iii Nov 2005

Involuntary Conversions I.R.C. Section 1033, R Braxton Hill Iii

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Like-Kind Exchange Outline, Richard M. Lipton, Thomas P. Rohman Nov 2005

Like-Kind Exchange Outline, Richard M. Lipton, Thomas P. Rohman

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article) Nov 2005

Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article)

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Like-Kind Exchanges And Involuntary Conversions (Related Articles) Nov 2005

Like-Kind Exchanges And Involuntary Conversions (Related Articles)

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article) Nov 2005

Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article)

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article) Nov 2005

Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal And Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions (Related Article)

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions, Stanley L. Blend, Richard M. Lipton Nov 2005

Preserving Capital Gains In Real Estate Transactions, Stanley L. Blend, Richard M. Lipton

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments Affecting Real Estate And Pass Through Entities, Stefan F. Tucker, Richard M. Lipton Nov 2005

Recent Developments Affecting Real Estate And Pass Through Entities, Stefan F. Tucker, Richard M. Lipton

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal (Slides), Thomas P. Rohman, Richard M. Lipton Nov 2005

Capturing Capital Gain While Staying In The Deal (Slides), Thomas P. Rohman, Richard M. Lipton

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Disposing Of Overleveraged Real Estate: Thinking Outside The Box, Blake D. Rubin, Andrea Macintosh Whiteway Nov 2005

Disposing Of Overleveraged Real Estate: Thinking Outside The Box, Blake D. Rubin, Andrea Macintosh Whiteway

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Tax Planning For Troubled Real Estate - Focus On The Solvent Taxpayer, Susan T. Edlavitch Nov 2005

Tax Planning For Troubled Real Estate - Focus On The Solvent Taxpayer, Susan T. Edlavitch

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Give Me (And Let Me Sell) Credits: The Basics Of Historic Rehab And Land Preservation Credits Nov 2005

Give Me (And Let Me Sell) Credits: The Basics Of Historic Rehab And Land Preservation Credits

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Real Estate- Preserving Capital Gains, Dealer Issues, Stefan F. Tucker, Brian S. Masterson Nov 2005

Real Estate- Preserving Capital Gains, Dealer Issues, Stefan F. Tucker, Brian S. Masterson

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Tax Planning For The Real Estate Owner (Including Choice Of Entity Considerations And Income Tax Issues In Acquiring Developing And Owning Real Estate), Stefan F. Tucker, Brian S. Masterson Nov 2005

Tax Planning For The Real Estate Owner (Including Choice Of Entity Considerations And Income Tax Issues In Acquiring Developing And Owning Real Estate), Stefan F. Tucker, Brian S. Masterson

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


A Jeffersonian Republic By Hamiltonian Means: Values, Constraints & Finance In An Authentic American Ownership Society, Robert C. Hockett Nov 2005

A Jeffersonian Republic By Hamiltonian Means: Values, Constraints & Finance In An Authentic American Ownership Society, Robert C. Hockett

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

This article, the second in a trilogy, interprets American ownership-spreading programs past and present under the aspect of a comprehensive theory of "the American ownership society" (OS) developed in its predecessor article, titled Whose Ownership? Which Society? It also identifies what appears to be a significant gap in our efforts to become a comprehensive OS thus far.

By early in the 20th century, we had developed and implemented a number of highly innovative and successful programs dedicated to the task of spreading human and nonhuman capital (in the form of arable land in particular) quite broadly. Since about the 1930s ...


Appraising A Presumption: A Modern Look At The Doctrine Of Specific Performance In Real Estate Contracts, Jason S. Kirwan Nov 2005

Appraising A Presumption: A Modern Look At The Doctrine Of Specific Performance In Real Estate Contracts, Jason S. Kirwan

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Taxation, Craig D. Bell Nov 2005

Taxation, Craig D. Bell

University of Richmond Law Review

This article reviews significant developments in the law affecting Virginia taxation. Each section covers recent legislative changes, judicial decisions, and selected opinions or pronouncements from the Virginia Department of Taxation and the Virginia Attorney General over the past year. The overall purpose of this article is to provide Virginia tax and general practitioners with a concise overview of the recent developments in Virginia taxation most likely to have an impact on their practices. This article will not, however, discuss many of the numerous technical legislative changes to the State Taxation Code of Title 58.1.


Taking The Stand: The Lessons Of The Three Men Who Took The Japanese American Internment To Court, Lorraine K. Bannai Nov 2005

Taking The Stand: The Lessons Of The Three Men Who Took The Japanese American Internment To Court, Lorraine K. Bannai

Seattle Journal for Social Justice

No abstract provided.


Property Law And Development Economics, Joyce Palomar Oct 2005

Property Law And Development Economics, Joyce Palomar

Joyce Palomar

No abstract provided.


Still Mortgaging The American Dream: Predatory Lending, Preemption, And Federally-Supported Lenders, Julia P. Forrester Oct 2005

Still Mortgaging The American Dream: Predatory Lending, Preemption, And Federally-Supported Lenders, Julia P. Forrester

ExpressO

This article discusses the continuing problem of predatory lending abuses in the subprime home mortgage lending market and federal and state attempts to address the problem. Over the protests of consumer advocates, federal agencies have recently issued regulations preempting state predatory lending statutes as applied to national banks and thrifts. In addition, Congress is considering legislation that would preempt state predatory lending laws for all lenders. The article considers the preemption debate, particularly in the context of federally-supported lenders–banks, thrifts, and the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Banks and thrifts receive support through the federal safety ...