As communities attempt to control their growth through regulation of land use, there arises an inevitable conflict between affected property owners and local government. This Article reviews and critically analyzes California cases, statutes and administrative regulations on the subject of community zoning ordinances which diminish the value of property, deprive the owner of any reasonable use of that property, or by limiting available housing, discourage immigration to the community.
Michael A. Willemsen and Gail V. Phillips,
Down-Zoning and Exclusionary Zoning in California Law,
31 Hastings L.J. 103
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