In a proceeding to condemn land located in an area subject to zoning restrictions, defendant contended that in fixing value the adaptability for all possible uses should be considered whether or not such uses were forbidden by zoning ordinances. The trial court instructed the jury that it should consider only the uses to which the property was suitable and available. On appeal, held, affirmed. Long Beach City High School District v. Stewart, (Cal. 1947) 185 P. (2d) 585.
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