California Land Use & Development Law Report: Coastal Commission Erred With Respect To Permit Condition

  • by BPC Staff
  • on October 29, 2014

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Coastal Commission Erred in Finding Property Owner is Stuck with Unconstitutional Dedication Condition

In an opinion on rehearing, the Second District Court of Appeal overturned a California Coastal Commission decision that a condition of a county-issued coastal development permit could not be eliminated by a second coastal development permit the county issued for the same project. Bowman v California Coastal Commission, No. B243015, Oct. 23, 2014. Focusing on the equities of the case, and the unfairness of the condition, the court refused to find that the county was barred from deleting the condition.



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