Distinguishing Between Detrimental and Benign Nonconformities

Zoning Practice — November 2009

By Gail Easley, David Theriaque

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This article takes a look the differences between detrimental and benign nonconformities and recommends a two-tiered approach to regulating legal nonconformities.


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Page Count
8
Date Published
Nov. 1, 2009
Format
Adobe PDF
Publisher
American Planning Association

About the Authors

Gail Easley

David Theriaque
David Theriaque earned his Law Degree with high honors and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from FSU. He practices primarily in land use planning law, growth management law, and local government law. He has represented public and private entities in state and federal litigation and administrative hearings concerning land use issues. He is rated as an AV Preeminent attorney, which is the highest rating assigned by Martindale-Hubbell for legal ability and ethical standards, and has been recognized in the 2010 through 2018 editions of Florida Super Lawyers as among the top attorneys in Florida in the area of land use and zoning law.