• Developer Threatened with Unlawful Condition May Sue for Taking
  • January 14, 2005 | Authors: Daniel J. Curtin; Bryan W. Wenter
  • Law Firm: Bingham McCutchen LLP - Walnut Creek Office
  • The Court of Appeal ruled that a developer could sue a city for inverse condemnation where the city refused to certify compliance with generalized tentative map conditions unless the developer granted an easement for a fiber optic communications cable to the Southern California Edison Company. Uniwill L.P. v. City of Los Angeles, Cal. Ct. App. No. B168030 (November 30, 2004).