Oakwood at Madison: A Tactical Retreat to Preserve the Mount Laurel Principle

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In volume 12 of the Urban Law Annual Professor Rose described various fair share allocation plans that a court could use in implementing the principles of the Mount Laurel decision. In Oakwood at Madison, Inc. v. Township of Madison, the New Jersey Supreme Court considered various fair share allocation plans but did not adopt any particular model. In this Article Professor Rose analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the Oakwood at Madison decision.

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Regional planning, Housing, Zoning, Oakwood at Madison, Inc. v. Township of Madison, 371 A.2d 1192, Southern Burlington County, NAACP v. Township of Mount Laurel, 456 A.2d 390

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Jerome G. Rose (Rutgers-New Brunswick)

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