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Legislating Against Perpetuity: The Limits of the Legislative Branch's Powers to Modify or Terminate Conservation Easements

This article provides historical background on the evolution of several of the legal doctrines at play when conservation easements are modified or terminated; addresses the constitutionality of legislation attempting to modify or terminate a specific conservation easement; and addresses the constitutionality of legislation purporting to lessen the procedural and substantive burdens associated with the modification and termination of conservation easements in general.
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