This Note will analyze and evaluate the legal theories that may be employed to attack snob zoning in the courts. First, the feasibility of attacking snob zoning via the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment will be examined. The second part of this Note will delineate alternative judicial responses to snob zoning that are couched in more conventional zoning-law terms.
Michigan Law Review,
Constitutional Law--Equal Protection--Zoning--Snob Zoning: Must a Man's Home Be a Castle?,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol69/iss2/7