Join members of the National Trust’s Law Division for an introduction to the legal mechanisms used to protect historic resources, including constitutional issues related to governmental regulation of historic properties, preservation easements, as well as federal, state, and local historic...
Preservation Law 101 PPT_2021-09-27_FINAL.pdf
The United States Constitution contains several provisions that protect the individual from the state Constitutional Issues The United States Constitution contains several provisions that protect the individual from the state. Included in the Bill of Rights are important restrictions on...
ACHP Federal Historic Preservation Case Law reports feature essays on the current status of Federal historic preservation law, the provisions of major preservation authorities, and procedural issues in litigating preservation cases. #AdvisoryCouncilonHistoricPreservation #Transportation ...
The National Trust’s Litigation Policy revised and approved by the National Trust Board of Trustees on November 5, 2006, sets forth the considerations that should be evaluated in order to determine whether formal National Trust participation in historic preservation litigation is...
Blair Mountain in West Virginia, site of the largest armed labor conflict in U.S. history, with the potential to be developed as a heritage tourism destination, would be obliterated by strip mining. | Credit: Harvard Ayers Over the...
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