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The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development

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Agreement to Extend Statute of Limitations for CEQA Claim Was Ineffective Because It Did Not Include an Indispensable Party

The Court of Appeal held that a CEQA challenge to a decision approving removal of trees adjacent to PG&E gas pipelines was time-barred because an agreement to toll the statute of limitations did not include PG&E, which was an indispensable party in the proceedings, and the suit was filed after the applicable 180-day limitations period... Continue Reading…



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Court Upholds Key Provisions of Housing Accountability Act
Pursuit of State Administrative Remedies Not Necessary to Obtain Final Decision for Federal Takings Claim
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Sovereign Immunity Barred Quiet Title Suit Against Indian Tribe
Public Notice Need Not State That Permit Will Be Deemed Approved in Order for Permit Streamlining Act to Apply
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