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2008 NJ Casebook on Zoning


Current Edition: 2008

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NJ Casebook on Zoning

A Collection of the Leading Federal and New Jersey Court Decisions Affecting New Jersey Zoning and Land Use

Covering the Zoning Process, Variances, Planning Procedure and Problems, The Fair Housing Act, NonConforming and Conditional Uses, Exclusionary Zoning, Environmental Land Use Controls, Historic Land Use Controls, and Regional Zoning. Complete in a single paperback volume.

 About The Authors 

David Furman
David D. Furman, has a background in zoning, planning and land use law. He served as a member and secretary of the Bernardsville, New Jersey, Board of Adjustment. As an attorney he argued several land use appeals. He was Attorney General of New Jersey. As a Superior Court Judge assigned successively to the Law, Chancery and Appellate Divisions, he presided over multiple zoning and planning trials and appeals and wrote over twenty published opinions in this field of law. Since his retirement as a judge, he has been adjunct professor of Zoning, Planning and Land Use Policy at Seton Hall School of Law in Newark, New Jersey and of counsel with the law firm of Purcell, Ries, Shannon, Mulcahy & O'Neill in Bedminster, New Jersey.

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F. Clifford Gibbons
F. Clifford Gibbons is Counsel to the law firm of Smith, Stratton, Wise, Heher & Bremman, LLP in Princeton, New Jersey. He has specialized for many years in the handling of land use matters and litigation on behalf of municipal planning boards, boards of adjustment and private developers throughout New Jersey. Mr. Gibbons recently served as Assistant Counsel to the New Jersey Planning Officials and is a member of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys. He has authored numerours publications on planning, zoning and governmental affairs and is a frequent instructor to municipal officials.

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