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Charles v. Diamond

ELR Citation: ELR 20434
360 N.E.2d 1295/41 N.Y.2d 318, (N.Y. Ct. App., 02/15/1977)

The New York Court of Appeals holds that a village's unreasonable delay in improving its sewer system, which prevents a landowner from hooking up to the municipal system, may, on sufficient proof, be an unconstitutional taking of private property without compensation. Appellee planned to construct a 36-unit apartment complex on his property....

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