Idaho Land Use Law: Cases and Resources
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Idaho Land Use Law: Cases and Resources is a casebook for those seeking a better understanding of land use and urban development in Idaho. Items covered include: national origins of land use planning; origins of land use planning in Idaho; all major sections of Idaho's Local Land Use Planning Act; statewide and local subdivision regulations; common law subdivision dedications; nuisance; due process; equal protection; takings; Dillon's Rule as it operates in Idaho; development agreements; ethics; state preemption of local police power authority; the scope of the police power in Idaho; special districts that affect land use decision making; and a number of special topics including short-term rentals, home occupations, and signs and billboards.
land use, subdivisions
Property Law and Real Estate
Stephen R. Miller, Idaho Land Use Law: Cases and Resources (2021)