Court Hears Dish-Placement Case

Hearn, Ted
March 2001
Multichannel News;03/12/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p26
Reports on a March 2001 United States court hearing on legal questions related to landlords' drive to overturn federal rules protecting rights of apartment dwellers to install satellite dishes on areas they control but do not own. U.S. Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) authority to promulgate the rules; Debate over whether the rules amounted to a taking of private property without just compensation.


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