Facts: In 1986, Lucas paid $975K for 2 residential lots on the Isle of Palms in Charleston County, SC, on which he intended to build single-family homes. In 1988, however, the SC legislature enacted the Beachfront Management Act, which had the direct effect of barring petitioner from erecting any permanent habitable structures on his 2 parcels.
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