During the Survey period, the Supreme Court of the United States in Knick v. Township of Scott gave aggrieved property owners in Georgia a federal taking claim for inverse condemnation resulting from a zoning regulation that the Georgia Supreme Court had previously denied them under state law in Diversified Holdings, LLP v. City of Suwanee. The Georgia Court of Appeals further refined York v. Athens College of Ministry. Finally (on a note inseparable with zoning), the Georgia Supreme Court encountered a case defining the parameters of the Georgia Open Meetings Act.
Galloway, Newton M. and Jones, Steven L.
"Zoning and Land Use Law,"
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 72:
1, Article 20.
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