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Mississippi Supreme Court affirms constitutionality of most of a local and private act benefiting the City of Oxford

October 18th, 2007

The Mississippi Supreme Court has partially affirmed the Lafayette County Circuit Court and found the bulk of a local and private act benefitting the City of Oxford to be constitutional.  The legislation would allow the City to obtain municipal parking facilities in exchange for the conveyance of air and development rights.  Paul Watkins and Pope Mallette represented the City, and Paul Watkins argued the case before the Supreme Court.

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