Easements for Dunes

New Jersey Law Journal


If beach dunes protect all of us, oceanfront and inland landowners alike, the law as it stands requires that government must pay for the easements.

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  • Dave

    I live local to the affected area and have spoken with several individuals regarding these easements. There seems to be an objection because the proposed easements do not retrict the state from additional uses on the easement areas in the future. I am advised that many of the objections to the easements would be removed if the easement language also barred the state from developing the property for other uses in the future

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