Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council

Supreme Court of the United States

505 US 1003, 112 S.Ct. 2886 (1992)

     Where a regulation or statute prohibits all economically productive or beneficial use of land to the extent that the property has no economic value left, a taking occurs, and compensation must be paid.

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