The Third Round Rules conflict with the Fair Housing Act and are ultra vires
COAH shall adopt new third-round rules that use a methodology for determining prospective need similar to the methodology used in prior rounds rather than a growth-share methodology
...Tanenbaums' subdivision application was not for Mount Laurel development; therefore, R-60 zoning was applicable to the site and bulk variance relief pursuant...
...Lions Head Holding Corporation (Lions Head). This tract was situated in the R-60 zone and R-30 zone, which require a minimum of 60...
A developer is not required to show that it attempted in good faith to obtain relief without litigation in order to have standing to maintain a Mount Laurel action
The decision by a state appeals court to scrap regulations on affordable housing will damage the ability of municipalities to produce low- and moderate-cost housing
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