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The U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari in Walton County v. Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. This Florida case raises novel questions about coastal erosion due to storm events, the prospect of sea level rise, and the definition of constitutionally protected property rights of beachfront property owners. Lawyers who represent riparian land owners, title agencies, mortgage companies, equity investors, and land use regulators should pay close attention to the arguments before the Court in this case and the eventual decision. So should planners, citizens, and owners interested in the impacts of climate change which include storm surges, hurricanes, and the gradual landward movement of the tide.

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