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Is that Right-of-Way Wrong?

  • March 12, 2019

The only certain answer to this question is that some people will say “yes” and others will say “no”, for the simple reason that disputes over rights-of-way are ubiquitous.  And…

Mansions and Property Rights*

  • June 1, 2017

Our Rhode Island Supreme Court recently issued an important decision for property rights, even though property rights were never mentioned in the decision. The Court acted in a dispute between…

Land Use Tax Policy – How Unfair is Fair?

  • October 21, 2012

“This is a case of fundamental unfairness masquerading as rational tax policy” “This is a case which plumbs the depths of how unfair a government can be to taxpayers and…

Is “Right to Dry” Wrong to Try?

  • June 19, 2010

  With near double digit national unemployment, the collapse of the housing market throughout the country, and soaring state deficits, you might think that State government would be too busy…

Minimum Housing Standards – For Condominiums?

  • April 17, 2010

  Prospective purchasers and owners of investment rental property, including condominium developers renting units they can’t sell, may not often think of minimum housing standards, but perhaps they should. Rhode…

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