Land Use Management and Control
Law School Description
This is a survey course in public control of private use of land: how do state, local, and federal agencies regulate the land development process? Special emphasis is on constitutional issues (exclusionary zoning, regulations and exactions that may be "takings" of property under the federal Constitution), growth management, and innovative techniques such as impact fees, development agreements, and planned unit development. We will also cover zoning, subdivision and housing codes, state and regional land control statutes, together with those aspects of eminent domain, environmental, and public land management law affecting the use of private land.
Uh Mānoa Catalog Description
Survey course of public land use management.