The bulk of the materials, beginning with Chapter IV, looks at public relation of land use. Chapter V presents the central constitutional problem of how far government regulation of land use may go before encountering constitutional restrictions on the taking of property for public use or purpose without just compensation. Chapter VI is devoted to application of the regulatory taking principles to the prevention and regulation of land development. The basics of zoning make up the seventh chapter. The final chapter deals with aesthetic regulation and preservation of resources.
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