California Land Conservation Act of 1965: …
AuthorJ. H. Snyder
Author AffiliationsJ. Herbert Snyder is Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Associate Agricultural Economist in the Experiment Station and on the Giannini Foundation, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 19(9):3-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p3. September 1965.
AbstractVoluntary contracts regulating nonagricultural development rights are the heart of the California Land Conservation Act of 1965. Designed to answer some of the criticism of previous land-control devices, the new law should help solve some of the serious problems of population growth and urbanization facing California. The legislation calls for a minimum ten-year period during which the property owner surrenders his nonagricultural development rights; and the local government—presumably the county—acquires those rights in the nature of a trusteeship. The local government will receive a state subvention payment, and the property owners who enter into contracts may receive compensation from the local government.
Snyder J. 1965. California Land Conservation Act of 1965: …. Hilgardia 19(9):3-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p3
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