In any event, this case illustrates the demanding obligations imposed on local governments in making exactions
. In this time of an apparently insatiable appetite for additional development, it is critical that local government planners demand the substantial evidence to justify findings to make these decisions and take the time necessary to explain them.
Part IV critiques traditional First Amendment attempts to gain public rights of expression in malls and centers and offers three better alternatives: exactions
, incentive zoning, and community benefits agreements.
[beaucoup moins que]EC travers ces humiliations, ajoute-t-il, Daech (l'acronyme arabe de l'EI) cherche a faire revenir ces combattants a l'etat animal pour qu'ils soient prets a commettre les pires exactions
. Et comme ces seances ont ete filmees, l'homme ainsi abuse sera renie par sa famille, si jamais il quittait les rangs de l'Eetat islamique.[beaucoup plus grand que] Une [beaucoup moins que]veritable fabrique de la barbarie[beaucoup plus grand que], pour l'opposant syrien Haytham Manna, qui s'apprete a publier une enquete sur [beaucoup moins que]Le Califat de Daech[beaucoup plus grand que], fruit ...
carry out projects for populations affected by the crisis in areas around Lake Chad, due to the insecurity caused by the exactions
of the Boko Haram sect.
NNA - Impotent Saudi exactions
, are bound to reflect badly on their own people (March 14), and not on our party, deputy to the Hezbollah chief cleric Naiim Qasem, told a graduating class of party reciters of the Qur'an in the western Beqaa village of Mashghara today.
But a significant part of the answer lies in a series of United States Supreme Court decisions relating to so-called 'exactions
', generally defined as requirements imposed on developers by government to provide, or pay for, a public facility or other amenity as a condition of land use approval.
and Impact Fees in California, third edition
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court held the district's request that Koontz consider paying for certain district improvements in his basin might have constituted a coercive exaction
. The majority held that monetary exactions
were subject to the "rough proportionality" and "essential nexus" tests established for other development exactions
by Nollan v.
It came after President Francois Hollande spoke for a second time in days with Kurdish Regional Government President Massoud Barzani, assuring him that France "will stand by the civilian population, victims of continued exactions
Des drapeaux palestiniens et tunisiens ont ete brandis et des slogans reclamant la cessation des raids et des exactions
contre les Palestiniens ont ete entonnes.
"We will also use social networking sites to protest against PhilHealth's move as well as other state exactions
(1) Occasionally these exactions
were challenged before the Supreme Court, and the Justices permitted this indirect fiscal regulation of such "local" activities as the production of oleomargarine colored to resemble butter, (2) the intrastate distribution of narcotics, (3) and the intrastate sale of machine guns and sawed-off shotguns.