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Comparative Land Use Law: Patterns of Sustainability

John R. Nolon

Pace University School of Law


Urban Lawyer, Vol. 37, p. 807, 2005

Land use scholars and practitioners in the United States trace the development of domestic land use law to 1916, when the City of New York adopted the nation's first comprehensive zoning law, and then on to 1926 when the U.S. Supreme Court declared zoning constitutional in Euclid v. Ambler Realty. Some have studied European influences stemming from late nineteenth century regulations and the urban design principles imported from the great cities of the era. Others know about the catastrophic London fire of 1666 and how it transformed society's understanding of why individual property rights, to some degree, must be subject to the greater public interest when common challenges are faced.

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Nolon, John R., Comparative Land Use Law: Patterns of Sustainability (2005). Urban Lawyer, Vol. 37, p. 807, 2005. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1345453

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