Latest received: 2018-2019 Pocket parts.
By Brooks, David B.
2d ed. 1999.
The three-volume set is divided into six parts which cover the history of municipal law in Texas, municipal administration, fiscal administration, public safety, public health and welfare, and land development. It is written in plain English to make these laws accessible for use by municipal employees such as mayors, city council members, and city managers as well as members of the legal profession. Included are appendices containing tables of statutes, rules and regulations, and cases.
Latest received: Release 24, Nov. 2020.
By Dougherty, James L.
Third edition. c1999-.
Texas Municipal Zoning Law has long been the authoritative resource on zoning in Texas. It includes an overview of the historical development of zoning law, an explanation of the existing law and guide to modifying or adopting new ordinances to accomplish planning goals. Annual updates ensure its relevance.
Latest received:REL. 5 MAY 2011.
By Salkin, Patricia E.
5th ed. c2008-.
"American Law of Zoning provides attorneys, planners, policy decision makers, and other land use professionals with a fundamental overview of the history and development of zoning in the United States." - from the publisher
At the cutting edge 2011 : Land use law from The Urban lawyer
American Bar Association, Section of State and Local Government Law.
A compilation of selected 2011's Section of State and Local Government Law committee reports from The Urban Lawyer that focus on the leading land use law issues. Topics include cellular telecommunications facilities, extractions and impact fees, green buildings laws, ethical land use, comprehensive planning, eminent domain, regulatory takings and disorderly conduct at public hearings. This title is part of an annual series designed to make these reports more accessible to planning professionals and students.
"Use this compact reference for a condensed study of the subject matter contained in most leading land use casebooks. Text provides coverage of common-law controls, private law devices, planning processes, land development regulation, zoning, and taxation. The last chapter addresses new influencing considerations in land use, such as energy and space." - from the publisher
Understanding the law of zoning and land use controls
By Burke, D. Barlow.
Third edition. 2013.
The LexisNexis “Understanding” series is similar to West’s Nutshells and Carolina Academic Press’ “Mastering” series. Each topic mirrors the coverage of a first year law school course. Major statutes and important case law are covered, but detailed footnotes are left for the treatise on the subject. While written with law students in mind, this type of overview can be helpful as a refresher for lawyers or a starting point for other researchers. LexisNexis provides a detailed Table of Contents and the first chapter of most volumes in the series on their website.
Latest received:POCKET PTS 2012.
By Yokley, E. C.
4th ed. 1978-.
"Zoning Law and Practice treats a complex subject with clarity and accuracy. The author searched out cases from all jurisdictions to produce an indispensable work containing a cross-section of the various holdings, both pro and con, regarding zoning as a municipal science." - from the publisher