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League Releases Second Q & A Guide on Post-Redevelopment Legal Issues

April 13, 2012

The League has released the second in a series of question and answer guides to assist cities struggling with issues arising from ABx1 26, the redevelopment dissolution statute.

 

This statute, as modified by the California Supreme Court’s decision in California Redevelopment Association v. Matasantos, has generated considerable uncertainty and confusion. In response, the League’s City Attorneys’ Department formed a working group of experienced city attorneys and redevelopment attorneys to help advise the League on the numerous legal issues that have arisen in the wake of redevelopment agencies being dissolved.

This working group’s second question and answer guide addresses:
  • Asset transfer assessment;
  • State Controller “clawback” provision;
  • Agency-city asset transfers;
  • Third-party agreements;
  • Property acquisition; and
  • Eminent domain.
The Q & A can be found on the League's website. Future guides will cover: successor agency and oversight boards, labor and employment, housing, and environmental issues.

 



 
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