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January 29, 2008


Couldn't find a link to this article last night, but located it today. The Abrams subdivision in Yamhill County is a good example of a contentious vesting case.

Even though Abrams can't sell buildable lots, he's trying to claim that he's vested even though only one house out of 50 has been built. It sure seems like he hasn't vested his use, which is residential development.

Measure 49 allows him three home sites, so that single home already built is fully adaptable to the conforming Measure 49 use. I'm betting it will turn out that Abrams isn't vested.

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