This article analyzes three levels of scrutiny states have applied to regulatory takings cases. These include 'judicial deterrence", "rational nexus", and "specifically and uniquely attributable". The author argues that the first two standards are inefficient and concludes in favor of the "specifically and uniquely attributable" standard.
Daniel Williams Russo,
PROTECTING PROPERTY RIGHTS WITH STRICT SCRUTINY: AN ARGUMENT FOR THE "SPECIFICALLY AND UNIQUELY ATTRIBUTABLE" STANDARD ,
25 Fordham Urb. L.J. 575
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