New Lawsuit To Watch: Land Use Commission, Vested Rights, Civil Rights
From Inverse Condemnation June 13, 2011
A new case worth watching has been filed in Hawaii state court (Third Circuit, the Big Island) that involves allegations of vested rights and estoppel, Nollan/Dolan exactions, state and federal due process and takings, inverse condemnation, and equal protection.
See below, the Complaint in Bridge Aina Le'a v. State of Hawaii Land Use Comm'n, No 11-1-1145-06 (KKS), filed last week, in which the plaintiff asserts that the Land Use Commission changed the land use boundaries from "urban use to agricultural use while affordable housing was being constructed on the property."
More here, from West Hawaii Today.
FULL TEXT: Complaint, Bridge Aina Le'a v. State of Hawaii Land Use Comm'n, No. 11-1-1145-06 (KKS) (filed 6-7-2011)