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Exacted Conservation Easements: The Hard Case of Endangered Species Protection


Jessica Owley


SUNY Buffalo Law School

2004

Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation, Vol. 19, No. 293, 2004

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This article examines the use of conservation easements in the Habitat Conservation Planning process, which is part of the Endangered Species Act’s section 10 permitting program. This article addresses the enforcement difficulties that might arise with HCP-exacted conservation easements. To ensure the reliability of this land preservation tool, I recommend including provisions for continued federal enforcement in conservation easement agreements and enabling public enforcement of the agreements.

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Date posted: March 3, 2010  

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Owley, Jessica, Exacted Conservation Easements: The Hard Case of Endangered Species Protection (2004). Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation, Vol. 19, No. 293, 2004. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1548010

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Jessica Owley (Contact Author)
SUNY Buffalo Law School ( email )
School of Law
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Buffalo, NY 14260-1100
United States
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