Publication Year

2007

Keywords

Eminent Domain, California, case study, urban sprawl and smart growth, constitution

Disciplines

Constitutional Law | Property Law and Real Estate | State and Local Government Law | Urban Studies and Planning

Abstract

This research hypothesizes that without the use of eminent domain, redevelopment and rezoning laws, California real estate would undergo increased inflationary economic pressure and there would be less rebuilding of deteriorated communities. My test will involve Bay Area real estate and, by inference, California real estate will be reviewed.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Business Administration

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