When California’s 2nd District Court of Appeal in late December upheld a $1.2 million award because the city of Los Angeles dragged its feet in issuing a land-use permit, property rights attorneys and government attorneys took note.

In fact, they are still talking about Ali v. City of Los Angeles, (99 C.D.O.S. 10103,) because the case is one of the very first in which a state court has upheld an award for a taking.

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