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Fifth District Finds County Was Required to Make Housing Accountability Act Findings Prior to Denying a Residential Subdivision Application
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Honchariw v. County of Stanislaus, ___Cal.App.4th___
In Honchariw v. County of Stanislaus, the Fifth District Court of Appeal held that the County of Stanislaus failed to proceed in a manner required by law in denying an application for a proposed housing development project without making the findings required by the Housing Accountability Act provisions set forth in Government Code § 65589.5(j).
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Honchariw v. County of Stanislaus