LAND USE, ZONING AND RLUIPA VIDEOS
The experienced attorneys at Dalton & Tomich, PLC have created a video series that informs churches, mosques, temples, schools and other religious organizations on matters involving the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) and related laws. From answering basic questions like, ”What is a land use act?” to in-depth guidance on handling a property dispute, you’ll find valuable information in our videos.
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Get the facts about RLUIPA from the knowledgeable attorneys at Dalton & Tomich. The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act is a complex piece of legislation that many attorneys aren’t familiar with. In the videos, our nationally recognized attorney Daniel P. Dalton explains how RLUIPA may apply as well as what legal channels are available when the act doesn’t apply to a case.
LAND USE RIGHTS VIDEOS
See how Dalton & Tomich have helped religious organizations exercise their land use rights when faced with opposition from local building authorities. Attorney Daniel P. Dalton discusses what goes into using RLUIPA and other related acts in litigation by examining past cases that involve religious land use rights.
LAND USE AND ZONING LAW VIDEOS
Zoning issues are common in religious land use and property disputes. When zoning requests are denied or zoning laws are used as reasoning for denying permits to a religious group there are often ways to overcome the challenges. But first, you must understand how zoning affects your case and your ability to use property for religious purposes.
Is Your Religious Group Involved in a Property Dispute?
If you have been denied a building permit or conditional use permit for your church, mosque, synagogue or religious school you need legal expertise on your side. The informative videos found here are just a starting point. It’s important to discuss your case with an attorney that has experience rectifying land use issues for religious groups.
Our team is available online and over the phone to provide guidance on the next steps.