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Gallenthin Realty Dev., Inc. v. Paulsboro, Borough of

ELR Citation: ELR 20141
Nos. No. A_51, (N.J., 06/13/2007)

The Supreme Court of New Jersey held that the New Jersey Constitution authorizes government redevelopment of "blighted areas" only. The case arose after a town classified a 63-acre parcel of largely vacant wetlands as "not fully productive." This classification rendered it "in need of redevelopment" and, thus, subject to eminent domain....

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