After a recent decision made by the Supreme Court of the United States, denying or attaching conditions to the issuance of a development permit could be equated to taking.
In the Koontz opinion, the Court held that the government’s demand for property and cash from a developer as a condition for the issuance of land use permits must meet a minimum nexus and proportionality with the prospective burden imposed by the development. This could be very impactful in our industry, and it’s possible that it will affect the permitting stage of real estate developments.
Read a summary of the case and its ruling on the Sirote Commercial Real Estate Blog.
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