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SIGN AMORTIZATION LAWS: INSIGHT INTO PRECEDENT, PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC POLICY
Capital University Law Review (2007)
  • Stephen Durden, Florida Coastal School of Law
Abstract

This Article will (1) briefly overview Takings Clause jurisprudence; (2) state a paradigmatic fact pattern; (3) review how the Takings Clause has been applied to sign amortization codes by the United States Supreme Court; (4) review paradigmatic cases from Florida courts and federal courts with Florida jurisdiction; (5) discuss the precedential value of these cases; (6) discuss Lingle and whether it requires an overturning of this precedent; and (7) discuss whether failure to overturn these cases serves the purpose of precedential jurisprudence.

Keywords
  • Constitutional Law,
  • Constitutional Interpretation,
  • Jurisprudence,
  • Takings Clause
Publication Date
2007
Citation Information
Stephen Durden. "SIGN AMORTIZATION LAWS: INSIGHT INTO PRECEDENT, PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC POLICY" Capital University Law Review Vol. 35 (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stephen_durden/2/