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By Stewart E. Sterk
Does a local law requiring site plan review satisfy the statutory requirement when a town (or village) has enacted neither a formal comprehensive plan for a zoning ordinance?
Vacancy Increase Counts in Determining Rent Deregulation Threshold
LINC Program Violates Urstadt Law
Fraud Justifies Rent Overcharge Award
Fair Housing Act Claim Not Barred By Statute of Limitations
Contract Satisfies Statute of Frauds
Contract Vendee Failed to Perform
Questions of Fact Preclude Dismissal of Constructive Trust Claim
Questions of Fact About Scope of Mortgage
By Steven M. Silverberg
Sets Standard that Potentially Relieves Municipalities from Liability for Denying Religious Uses
The broad and somewhat vague definition of religious exercise in The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) has invited much litigation over what constitutes a substantial burden and even what constitutes religious exercise.