Still an Issue: The Taking Issue at 40
11 Pages Posted: 27 Jun 2014 Last revised: 17 Jul 2015
Date Written: 2014
In October 2013, with the launch of Touro Law Center’s new Institute on Land Use and Sustainable Development Law, the Touro Law Review held a symposium to commemorate the 40th anniversary of “The Taking Issue: A Study of the Constitutional Limits of Governmental Authority to Regulate the Use of Privately-Owned Land Without Paying Compensation to the Owners” (The Takings Issue), the Council on Environmental Quality’s seminal report by Fred Bosselman, David Callies and John Banta. For this symposium Touro Law Review assembled some of today’s leading luminaries to reflect on how the taking issue has evolved and to assess where we are today. In this introduction to the symposium issue, the author, the Dean of Touro Law Center, Patricia Salkin, discusses the “The Takings Issue” and provides a description of the contributions to the symposium.
Keywords: The Taking Issue, Touro Law Center, symposium, Institute on Land Use and Sustainable Development Law, land use, Bosselman, environment, private property, public use, takings clause, The Quiet Revolution in Land Use Control, just compensation
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