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West Chester, PA 19382

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Land Use Law Posts

Real Estate Case Law Update: J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. to present at the Chester County Bar Association

Posted September 13, 2017

MacElree Harvey land use and zoning law attorney J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. will present “Real Estate Case Law Update 2017” at the Chester County Bar Association’s Real Estate Law Section meeting in West Chester on Wednesday, September 13. For more information, please follow this link.   Charlie focuses his practice on land use, zoning, agricultural, and litigation-related matters. […]

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J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. Chairs Chester County Bar Association’s Real Estate Section

Posted January 29, 2016

January 29, 2016 MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is proud to announce that J. Charles Gerbron, Jr., a member of the firm’s Land Use and Litigation Departments, will chair the Chester County Bar Association’s Real Estate Section in 2016. Charged with monitoring and reporting on judicial, legislative, and other developments that affect the practice of real estate […]

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Waters of the United States: Oppressive Overstep or Duplicative Regulation?

Posted December 16, 2015

December 16, 2015 By J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. Farming has never been easy. And, according to many advocates of agriculture, an administrative rule promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and United States Army Corps of Engineers (“Army Corps”), just made it even harder. In 1972, the United States Congress enacted the Federal Water Pollution […]

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Real Estate Development Burgeoning

Posted August 4, 2015

Especially in and Around Small Towns   The 2008 real estate bubble burst is suddenly seven years in our rear view mirror and much real estate activity lies ahead. Transfers have increased; so, too, has development and redevelopment. Civil engineers are struggling to get all their new projects completed and will be hiring soon. Many […]

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