Carolina Chloride, Inc. v. Richland County
Where plaintiff continued to use its property as if it were zoned heavy industrial while the defendant-county processed and granted plaintiff’s request to rezone the property from rural to heavy industrial, the county did not inversely condemn plaintiff’s property.
We affirm the decision of our Court of Appeals insofar as it upheld the circuit court’s directed verdict for the defendant-county. We overturn the Court of Appeals’ reversal of the circuit court’s directed verdict on plaintiff’s claims of negligence and negligent misrepresentation.
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