Missouri Land-Use Law is a 12-volume set. The first seven volumes are devoted to the basic law of land use centered on zoning and planning. The volumes cover subjects from nuisance to vested rights and boards of zoning adjustment. The remaining volumes are devoted to litigation of these issues, including the proper methods of review for specific land-use actions such as refusal to rezone, barriers to litigation and actions under the Civil Rights Act, 42 USC §1982.
This is a digital publication. You will not receive a hard copy. However, you may print part or all of the book.
This set does not contain a Chapter 5. This chapter was converted ten years ago to a stand-alone book: Missouri Economic Development Law.