Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania

Argument:  October 3, 2018
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Re-argument:  January 16, 2019

Knick:  The Court should ABROGATE its holding in Williamson County Regional Planning Commission v. Hamilton Bank, which requires property owners to exhaust state court remedies before bringing federal Takings Clause claims.
The ripeness doctrine established in Williamson County DO NOT APPLY to takings claims that assert that a law is unconstitutional on its face.

Township of Scott, Pennsylvania:  The Court should AFFIRM its holding in Williamson County Regional Planning Commission v. Hamilton Bank, which requires property owners to exhaust state court remedies before bringing federal Takings Clause claims.
The ripeness doctrine established in Williamson County APPLIES to takings claims that assert that a law is unconstitutional on its face.

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