Temple B’Nai Zion, Inc. v. City of Sunny Isles Beach, FL, et al.
Temple B'Nai Zion brought statutory and constitutional challenges to its designation as a historic landmark by a municipality. At issue was whether Temple's challenges were ripe for adjudication. The court concluded that the Temple's complaint alleged a dispute sufficiently concrete to render the instant controversy ripe and justiciable without further delay. Accordingly, the court vacated and remanded the judgment of the district court. View "Temple B'Nai Zion, Inc. v. City of Sunny Isles Beach, FL, et al." on Justia Law