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UNC School of Government


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This module explores the concept of exactions and its implications for local land development regulation. Viewers will learn how to define an exaction, what constitutes an authorized exaction, and whether the exaction is constitutional. Viewers will also learn how to distinguish between a regulation and an exaction, the relationship between exactions and the impact of development, and local government’s authority in the matter.

Topics - Local and State Government

  • Planning and Development Regulation
  • Community and Economic Development

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Public Officials - Local and State Government Roles Community and Economic Development Professionals Community Development Professionals Downtown Developers Economic Development Professionals Planning and Zoning Professionals Planners Zoners


Adam Lovelady’s work focuses on land use law and local planning. He teaches, researches, and advises on topics of zoning, land subdivision, transportation, renewable energy, and historic preservation. He joined the School of Government in 2012 and was named Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Distingui...

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