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Tag Archives: Agriculture

Ag fares well in state budget

The deficit reducing 2011-2012 New York state budget may be full of pain and cuts for some, but for one sector of the economy it provided some unexpected good news. The budget restores much of the proposed funding cuts to agriculture ...

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Respondent not denied access to property

Does an easement between a property owner and a railroad company give the railroad permission to block the owner from his property≠ Does the easement grant the property owner continuous access to his property for one period and block access ...

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Respondent not denied access to property (9220)

Does an easement between a property owner and a railroad company give the railroad permission to block the owner from his property≠ Does the easement grant the property owner continuous access to his property for one period and block access ...

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Lack of jurisdiction ends local proceedings

Did the plaintiffs establish jurisdiction in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York in a declaratory judgment action against some 150 Oregon farmers≠ Carefully reviewing the circumstances of pending litigation between the parties in Oregon state ...

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Lack of jurisdiction ends local proceedings (9186)

Did the plaintiffs establish jurisdiction in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York in a declaratory judgment action against some 150 Oregon farmers≠ Carefully reviewing the circumstances of pending litigation between the parties in Oregon state ...

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NY State Court of Appeals finds Agriculture and Markets Law supercedes Lysander Zoning Ordinance

Does a farmer who installed several single-wide mobile homes to house migrant workers need to comply with a Town zoning ordinance or is that zoning ordinance superseded by the Agriculture and Markets Law § 305-a(1)(a)? In Town of Lysander v. ...

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NY State Court of Appeals finds Agriculture and Markets Law supercedes Lysander Zoning Ordinance (8548)

Does a farmer who installed several single-wide mobile homes to house migrant workers need to comply with a Town zoning ordinance or is that zoning ordinance superseded by the Agriculture and Markets Law § 305-a(1)(a)≠ In Town of Lysander v. ...

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Human Society wins custody of abused farm animals

In a case of first impression in the Fourth Department, State Supreme Court Judge Andrew Siracuse has granted permanent custody of 235 animals to the plaintiff, the Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County pursuant to sections 373 and 374 ...

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Human Society wins custody of abused farm animals (8158)

In a case of first impression in the Fourth Department, State Supreme Court Judge Andrew Siracuse has granted permanent custody of 235 animals to the plaintiff, the Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County pursuant to sections 373 and 374 ...

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