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Nollan v. California Coastal Comm'n

Citation: 17 ELR 20918
No. No. 86-133, 483 U.S. 825/26 ERC 1073/(U.S., 06/26/1987)

The Court holds that the California Coastal Commission's requirement for the grant of an easement from a beachfront landowner to allow the public access across the landowner's privately owned beach, which was located between two public beaches, as a condition of a building permit is an uncompensated taking of private property in violation of the...

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