In Pa., Church Property Subject to Historic DesignationPhilly.com (2016)
Historic preservation ordinances such as Philadelphia's are neutral laws of general application that do not, on their face, impose a substantial burden on the free exercise of religion. Nor do they in application, given a process for relief if designation imposes a substantial burden. It is the church's obligation to establish that designation would prevent it from carrying out its mission.
- historic preservation,
- constitutional law,
Publication DateFebruary 12, 2016
Citation InformationJohn F. Nivala. "In Pa., Church Property Subject to Historic Designation" Philly.com (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_nivala/18/