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California Supreme Court to Review Two Decisions Regarding Inter-Agency Jurisdiction over Timber Harvesting Operations
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Congregation Etz Chaim v. City of Los Angeles, ___F.3d___
On June 16, 2004, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the District Court’s decision lifting a stop-work order issued by the City of Los Angeles in a suit filed against it by Congregation Etz Chaim. The congregation had filed suit following the city’s issuance of a stop-work order giving notice that the city intended to revoke the congregation’s building and grading permit issued three months prior. Specifically, the congregation claimed the city was estopped from revoking the previously issued building permit. The Ninth Circuit agreed with the congregation.
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