Nolen v. Newtown Twp., 854 A.2d 705 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2004).
A variance is justified when the natural conditions of the land prevent reasonable development.
Solebury Township v. Solebury Township Zoning Hearing Board, 914 A.2d 972 (Pa. Cmwth. 2007).
Township of O’Hara v. Condemnation of an Easement and Right of Way
860 A.2d 1160 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2004)
A First Class Township may condemn, for recreational purposes, property owned by a church and which was designated to be used as a cemetery.
In re Condemnation (St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Congregation of Sharpsburg), 910 A.2d 166 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2006).
Machipongo Land & Coal Co. v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
569 Pa. 3 (2002)
Nothing in the Eminent Domain Code requires a condemnor to file for subdivision approval either before or after a condemnation.
Valley Township v. Coatesville,
894 A.2d 885 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2006)
Sunshine Act Violation May Void a Condemnation Action Where the Agency Failed to Post Notice of the Meeting to Condemn at the Principal Office of the Agency Holding the Meeting
In Re Condemnation by West Chester Area School District, 50 Pa. D.& C.4th 449, January 2, 2001.
Delay damages are awarded only for the loss of the use of property from the time an owner relinquishes possession until they receive just compensation.
In Re: Condemnation by the Redevelopment Authority of the City of York, (Pa. Commw. Ct. 2008).
In re: Condemnation by the Municipality of Penn Hills (D’Andrea)
870 A.2d 400 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2005)
Palazzolo v. Rhode Island,
533 U.S. 606 (2001)