The Arbitration Handbook: For Annexation Land Use Disputes

The Arbitration Handbook: For Annexation Land Use Disputes

January 1, 2008

January 2008

In the 2007 legislative session the Georgia General Assembly passed House Bill 2 placing into law a procedure for resolving annexation disputes between cities and counties when there is a proposed change in zoning or land use.
This handbook was drafted by staff of GMA and ACCG, with substantial input from staff at the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government, to provide informal guidance to arbitrators of disputes under Article 7, Chapter 36 of Title 36 of the Georgia Code.


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