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Dynamic Conservation Easements: Facing the Problem of Perpetuity in Land Conservation

This article examines the “dynamic conservation easement”, an easement whose terms provide land use restrictions that may change over time. It argues they are better suited to serving their unique conservation purposes and are more likely to fulfill their promise to protect the land in perpetuity than static conservation easements, whose terms provide unchanging land use restrictions.
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