Court Ponders Condemnation Cost of Building Protective Sand Dunes

, New Jersey Law Journal


The state Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that may help determine the price tag for protecting the New Jersey shoreline from destructive storms like Hurricane Sandy. Harvey Cedars v. Karan is a microcosm of the dilemma facing state and local governments, since building protective sand dunes will cost an exorbitant amount if every affected landowner must be paid for ocean view reduction.

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Originally appeared in print as Court Ponders Condemnation Cost Of Building Protective Sand Dunes

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