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Road abandonment did not violate developer’s rights (access required)

Where a county abandoned a portion of an unbuilt road that had been part of a real estate developer’s plans, the circuit court correctly ruled that the developer had no vested or constitutional right to build the road. The right to build was limited to a statutory five-year period. Facts Henrico County rezoned land in 1989 for ...