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- Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 01:42:20 -0400 (EDT)
In a message dated 97-10-15 07:30:22 EDT, you write: << On the other hand, as Chuck noted, can a local government narrow the privileges granted by state law to the holder of a state-issued license. Because further discussion of this area would take too much space, those that desire more insight should read Johnson v. Bradley (1992) 4 Cal.4th 389 [14 Cal.Rptr.2d 470, 841 P.2d 990]. Robert >> I think the bottom line to this issue is: 1) Nobody has a high rise that they woulld like to turn into a case study. 2) You could find a lot of "local" regulations that conflict with other laws/regulations or that have some technical flaw with their enactment.
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