Historic Preservation Law: The Metes and Bounds of a New Field
Nicholas A. Robinson
Pace University - School of Law
Pace Law Review, Vol. 1, 1981
By way of introduction, this essay provides background and a conceptual framework for the presentations which follow. This essay can best introduce the symposium by delineating first the scope of regulation by exercise of the police power and the definitions for what resources are "historic," then the elements of real property law which transect these regulations, and thereafter the operation of municipal ordinances and federal procedural statutes which are the body of historic preservation law. The essay will then raise several of the thorny issues currently in dispute within this evolving field.
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Date posted: March 11, 2009