Category: Quasi-Judicial Proceedings

N.C. Court of Appeals Affirms Local Government Board’s Recusal of One of Its Own Members In Quasi-Judicial Proceeding

A quasi-judicial land use proceeding requires an impartial decisionmaker, like any courtroom proceeding.  State law does its best to spell out what constitutes an “impermissible violation[] of due process”: A member of any board exercising quasi-judicial functions pursuant to this Article shall not participate in or vote on […]

No Doubting Thomases Allowed!

Introduction Expert appraisers have testified that the proposed development will not adversely affect values of properties adjacent to this new development. Nevertheless, the testimony does not seem right to you.  You remember the Great Financial Crisis – what do appraisers really know?  Based upon your common sense understanding […]