Tennessee Zoning Boards: Practice and Procedure

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About the author:
George Dean is an attorney in Nashville, Tennessee,
whose practice concentrates in the area of land use
planning and zoning law, as well as codes enforce-
ment issues. He graduated from Vanderbilt University
School of Law in 1979 and began practicing in the
Legal Department for Metro Nashville. He represented
the Zoning Board, Planning Commission, the Codes
Administration, and the Historic Zoning Commission.
In private practice, Mr. Dean has been involved in a large number of land use planning and zoning cases, representing both governmental and private interests. Many of his cases have been significant in the development of land use planning law in Tennessee over the last 30 years. Mr. Dean is the principal author of Legal Aspects of Codes Administration published by the ICC and is a frequent lecturer both in Tennessee and across the United States on zoning and codes issues. He just finished his Legal Handbook for Tennessee Codes Officials, and is working on a book on planning commissions in Tennessee. Both should be available soon.

Tennessee Zoning Boards: Practice and Procedure

Authored by George A. Dean

Tennessee Zoning Boards: Practice and Procedure is intended principally for two groups of readers. Codes officials in Tennessee who have the responsibility of staffing and assisting local zoning boards (as well as the members of the zoning boards themselves) should get a wealth of information from this book. It not only reviews basic day-to-day kinds of concerns important to Codes officials but will in addition explains how and why those usually mundane tasks are important in the overall legal framework in which the zoning board functions. In addition, this book should be extremely valuable to any attorney representing a client before any local zoning board in Tennessee. The book also discusses the most important means of appeal from any decision of a local administrative body, including either a zoning board or planning commission, the common law writ of certiorari.

Publication Date:
0971720843 / 9780971720848
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
7" x 10"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Law / Land Use

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