Some Interesing Aspects of the Alberta Planning Act, 1977
AbstractThis article is the second part of consideration of the Alberta Planning Act, 1977, the first part having been published at 17 Alta. L. Rev. 434. The editors recommend reading the first part as precedent to this article, as this article is conclusion to the first part, rather than an elaboration, and the discussion of development control, development agreements, reserve lands, and interpretation of the Act necessarily follows from the general outline of the Act given in the first article.
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