Boundary and Easement Disputes
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By ARTHUR MACOMBER The first draft of Kootenai County’s Unified Land Use Code (ULUC) is complete. Its 477 pages raise significant concerns. This column discusses the legal power exercised to create it. In subsequent columns, I will discuss its features, and offer suggestions. States do not have rights, they have powers. Kootenai County exercises the…
Sponsored by the ISB Government & Public Sector Lawyers Section (Reciprocal Admission Credit approved) A Presentation to the Idaho State Bar 2013 Annual Meeting, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho July 19, 2013 By Art Macomber, Attorney, Bristol George, PLLC, Susan Weeks, James, Vernon & Weeks, P.A., and Pat Braden, Kootenai County Prosecutor’s Office, Civil Division Agenda •Macomber: Context of the exercise…
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