Stucker v. Summit County

Utah Court of Appeals

870 P.2d 283 (1994)

Something beyond mere ownership of the land is required before the doctrine of equitable estoppel will apply, and in most cases the doctrine will not apply absent exceptional circumstances.

The consent of neighboring landowners may not be made a criterion for the issuance or denial of a conditional use permit, but there is no impropriety in the solicitation of, or reliance upon, information which may be furnished by other landowners in the vicinity of the subject property at a public hearing.

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