Real Property – Billboard Lease – Municipal — Zoning – Special Use PermitMCC Outdoor, LLC v. Town of Wake Forest Plaintiff’s forecast of evidence indicates that the defendant-town caused plaintiff’s billboard to be removed since the only reason the new landowner did not extend plaintiff’s lease was because the town’s special use permit forbade it. However, the town’s forecast of evidence indicates that the new landowner would not have allowed the billboard to remain, even absent the special use permit condition.
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Published: August 8, 2012
Time posted: 4:30 pm
Tags: Billboard Lease, Municipal, Real Property, special-use permit, Zoning