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David Callies

The UH law professor says too many land-use rules in Hawaii have led to “back door” development

By Mark Coleman

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 11, 2013

~~<p>David Callies is one of Hawaii's leading experts on property law in Hawaii, so it carried some weight when he responded publicly recently to opponents of the state's new Public Land Development Corp., which the Legislature created in 2011 to develop state lands without having to go through the usual regulatory and public hearing processes.</p>
<p>In a letter published in the Star-Advertiser, Callies said the precedent for the PLDC already had been set by the Hawaii Community Development Authority and the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, and he wondered if he could assume PLDC opponents opposed those agencies, too.</p>
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David Callies is one of Hawaii's leading experts on property law in Hawaii, so it carried some weight when he responded publicly recently to opponents of the state's new Public Land Development Corp., which the Legislature created in 2011 to develop state lands without having to go through the usual regulatory and public hearing processes.

In a letter published in the Star-Advertiser, Callies said the precedent for the PLDC already had been set by the Hawaii Community Development Authority and the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, and he wondered if he could assume PLDC opponents opposed those agencies, too. Login for more...



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