Alta v. Ben Hame Corp.

Utah Court of Appeals

836 P.2d 797 (1992)

It would be unreasonable and unrealistic to conclude that a clerk or a ministerial officer having no authority to do so, could bind a local zoning authority to a variation of a zoning ordinance duly passed, to which everyone has notice by its passage and publication, because a ministerial employee erred in characterizing the type of property.

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