The Dog That Didn't Bark, Imperial Water, I Love L.A., and Other Tales From the California Takings Litigation Front

Frank, Richard
May 2007
Ecology Law Quarterly;2007, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p517
Academic Journal
The article discusses takings litigation in California. The author notes that legal decisions in takings cases in California have influenced decisions in other states. In the California Supreme Court case Regency Outdoor Advertising, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles, the advertising company Regency Outdoor Advertising filed suit after the city of Los Angeles, California planted palm trees on public property that blocked Regency billboards built on private property. In the case of Allegretti & Co. vs. County of Imperial, the irrigation company Allegretti filed suit after Imperial County, California set limits on the amount of groundwater the company could pump.


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