This collection accomplishes its goal filling the gap in canadian academic literature in the context of balancing private property rights and the public interest in urban planning the problems identified in public interest private property could have continuing relevance for future urban planning and legislation across canada. Public interest private property addresses this question at a time when pollution urban sprawl and condo booms are forcing municipal governments to adopt prescriptive laws and regulations. Anneke smit is an associate professor in the faculty of law at the university of windsor her research focuses primarily on questions of competing public private and private private rights in property and the law and lived experiences of forced displacement. Public interest private property law and planning policy in canada marcia valiante anneke smit when it comes to urban planning to what extent and under what conditions should the communitys interest prevail over the rights of private property owners
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