The tinkering with the planning system continues. The addition to the Planning Practice Guidance in November of three slender paragraphs introducing the vacant building credit marks one of the Government’s latest attempts to encourage the redevelopment of brownfield sites.
When resolving the question of whether disparate impact is a proper theory on which to bring a Federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) claim, the third time may be the charm.
In the aftermath of last year’s Rails-to-Trails Decision, Marvin M. Brandt Revocable Trust v. United States, 572 U.S. ___ (2014), the valuation of rail corridors may become increasingly necessary.
OK, so you own a home in the NY Metropolitan area, and have some land. Houses around here have a half-acre, or an acre or even 2-3 acres.
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case which questioned whether the Fair Housing Act (FHA) allows for a disparate impact theory of liability.
Last week, Gordon Ramsay lost a High Court battle with his father-in-law, Mr Hutcheson, over the lease of a pub in London entered into in 2008.
Is That Service Animal Request Legitimiate? or is That Resident Attempting to Avoid Pet Rent and Pet Fees?
I see this issue come up literally on a weekly basis now. A resident (or applicant) likely attempting to avoid pet fees and charges by claiming that a pet is actually a service animal.
Question: Is there a rule regarding how much money an HOA is allowed to spend buying a foreclosed lot? Also, how much can an HOA spend paying the past due real estate taxes owed on a lot if obtained in its own foreclosure action?
One critical factor in the success of a multi-tenant retail centre is the ability to entice tenants occupying different niches in the consumer product market to foster an ecosystem of goods and services attractive to the target consumers.