You say PAMP, I say easement, let's call the whole thing off
I will give a talk today (Tuesday, September 1) about PLF’s fight against the government’s enforcement of unrecorded conservation easements—what Florida local governments call Preservation Area Management Plans (PAMPs)—against property owners with no notice of these illegal property restrictions. PLF’s Atlantic Center attorneys successfully fought the enforcement of such a restriction earlier this year in the Flash Beach Grille case. I will speak with the members of the Real Estate Council of Martin County, Inc., at Manero’s Restaurant in Palm City at 5:30 p.m.
The speech, called You Say PAMP, I Say Conservation Easement, Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off, will include some thoughts on how other land use attorneys can apply the lessons learned in PLF’s win in order to rein in out-of-control bureaucrats intent on illegally restricting the use of real property in South Florida. If you are in the area, please join us.
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