Overcoming Unjust Regulatory Enforcement Against Land Owners And Businesses
Has a government regulatory agency such as a local county code enforcement board, the California Regional Water Control Board, the California or United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or another city, county, state or federal land use regulatory agency served you an Order and Notice of Abatement or sued you in court?
Land use regulations have become so complex that sometimes the people charged with enforcing them do not completely understand how they are to be applied and consequently over-reach with their administrative powers until they are stopped in court.
Another unfair scenario occurs when a regulatory agency arbitrarily comes up with illegal or unconstitutional add-on rules used to implement the land use laws passed by the legislature that alter or change those laws after they left the legislature to be imposed by the administrative agency. When that occurs, the administrative agency, rather than the legislature, is making the law. That is illegal and unconstitutional.
A Strong Legal Basis For Your Defense
Unconstitutional actions by the government are termed “under color of law,” meaning there is no legal basis for the government action carried out by the applicable administrative regulatory agency. In such as situation, a federal lawsuit to enjoin the agency with an injunction or court order may be an option. Biggs Law Office is a firm known for many years of experience in constitutional law, specifically Title 42, Section 1983 litigation, against government entities and administrators in federal court.
I am attorney Michael S. Biggs, and I bring a wealth of knowledge accumulated through years of law practice. With my knowledgeable guidance, I am confident that you can get through your legal challenge and back to business by recovering your freedom to utilize your property or land from government agency interference.
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