Category: Quasi-Judicial Proceedings

North Carolina Court of Appeals Addresses Whether An Administrative Land Use Decision Is An Order, Requirement, Decision or Determination

The following blurb will appear in a paper I authored for circulation in this month’s Land Use Quarterly, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section. A link to the Section’s homepage can be found here. This particular discussion addresses a recent, […]

North Carolina Court of Appeals Trips Over Incomplete Local Government Record and Finds Factual Issues In Claim for Prescriptive Easement

Yesterday morning, the North Carolina Court of Appeals handed down two decisions of particular interest in the land use context. The first decision, in CRLP Durham, LP v. Durham City/County Bd. of Adjustment, addresses the importance of a full record for judicial review in the nature of certiorari […]