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As you might have noticed, I like to highlight recent court decisions showing how courts handle ag law issues. In a recent Wisconsin decision, the court held that a dairy LLC did not have a vested right to use the land for a planned dairy operation. In a prior decision, the court had found a vested right to build barns based on filing a building permit. Although this can create a conflict -- that is, the ability to build the barns but not use the land for their stated purpose -- Maryland law allows for solutions to protect landowners in these situations.Read More