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Land Use Law Primer: Variances & Zoning Board of Appeals (LUL840F)


 
  • Product Format
  • Pre Recorded Webinar
  • Presenter(s)
  • Daniel P. Dalton  
  • Conference Date
  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015
  • Aired Time
  • 12:00 am ET - 11:00 pm CT - 10:00 pm MT - 9:00 pm PT
  • Length
  • 60 minutes

Fight Zoning Regulations & Win with This Week’s Can’t-Miss Primer!

Zoning can place stringent restrictions on what you can and can’t do with your land.  What many don’t realize, however, is that zoning regulations can actually be appealed through the variance process.

Variances are typically granted to those who prove that a significant financial hardship would be required to accommodate the zoning laws.

Navigating the variance process, however, can be cumbersome.

Join us for this informative follow-up to the webinar – Land Use Law: Development & Regulation – to learn how you can effectively appeal and apply for variances to zoning regulations.

During this session, Daniel P Dalton will cover:

  • An introduction to variances and appeals
  • Critical strategies for variances that get approved
  • Top 3 reasons variances are denied
  • What to do if your variance application is denied
  • And much more!

This conference is a must for:

  • Land use attorneys
  • Land use planners
  • Planning commissioners
  • City council members
  • Zoning appeal members
 

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About the Presenter(s):

Daniel P. Dalton, the founding member of Dalton & Tomich PLC in Detroit, Michigan, concentrates his practice on litigating land use and zoning disputes on behalf of religious organizations throughout the United States. Mr. Dalton has been highly rated, was recognized as a top land use lawyer in the U.S. in 2011, and was named one of the top 25 attorneys in Michigan in 2010. In addition, he was elected to serve the City of Plymouth, Michigan as a City Council member and serves on several boards and committees throughout the country. Mr. Dalton also chairs the Religious Land Use committee of the ABA State and Local Law Section and is a life member and fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a member of the American Planning Association and Michigan Planning Society.