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September 16, 2021

Keep Out And Stay Out: The Cedar Point Decision And The Landowner’s Sine Qua Non Right To Exclude Others (Maybe Sometimes Even A Government Official)

The latest United States Supreme Court decision in the contested ground of Fifth Amendment takings law, Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, is yet another chapter in the long-standing argument regarding the distinction between “regulation” of the use of private property by its owner, and “physical invasion” or “appropriation” of property by the government. 

March 10, 2021

Just Compensation Or Just More Complications? The New Covid-19 Relief Bill (Sb 91) And Its Implications For Residential Landlords And Their Tenants

In response to shut-down orders resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, which effectively put many individuals in California out of work, the Governor and Legislature of the State of California, as well as many local jurisdictions, imposed a number of restrictions on residential evictions throughout the state.