Hofstra Law Review



As a result of the advancement of numerous theories for opening restricted beaches in various jurisdictions, beach litigation presently enjoys a somewhat confusing posture in the law, no theory having been found to have universal application. Indeed, the future course of beach litigation appears to depend on a case by case development, adjusting itself not only to the legal climate of a given jurisdiction but to a given locality's historic and geographic development as well.

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