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Law and Land

Anglo-American Planning Practice

Edited by Charles M. Haar

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ISBN 9780674592667

Publication Date: 01/01/1964

290 pages

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  • Introduction [Charles M. Haar]
  • Land Planning and Land Ownership
    • Control of the Use of Land in English Law [W. O. Hart]
    • Property, City Planning, and Liberty [Allison Dunham]
  • The Making and Effect of the Land Plan
    • The Development Plan and Master Plans: Comparisons [James B. Milner]
    • English Development Plans for the Control of Land Use [Desmond Heap]
  • The Individual and the Machinery of Planning
    • Planning Decisions and Appeals [F. Η. B. Layfield]
    • Flexibility and the Rule of Law in American Zoning Administration [Lawrence A. Sullivan]
    • Enforcement of Planning Controls in England And Wales [J. G. Barr]
  • Regulation and Taking of Property under Planning Laws
    • Regulation and Purchase: Two Governmental Ways to Attain Planned Land Use [David W. Craig]
    • Compensation for the Compulsory Acquisition of Land in England [R. E. Megarry]
    • Aspects of Eminent Domain Proceedings in the United States [David R. Levin]
  • In Appraisal
    • Comparisons and Contrasts [Charles M. Haar]
  • Index

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