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Georgia Court of Appeals Distinguishes Dock Permit from a Dock

On May 22, 2008, the Court of Appeals of Georgia found that a permit had been issued by the Army Corps of Engineers to allow the construction of a private dock over state-owned tidewater beds and marsh lands does not mean that any damage will occur upon the construction of that dock.  The Court upheld the dismissal of an appeal from the issuance of a dock permit because the challenger did not possess standing because the dock had not yet been built. 

Keep reading for GZB’s summary of Hitch v. Vasarhelyi, Court of Appeals of Georgia, Case No. A08A0065, decided May 22, 2008. 

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