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Nectow v. City of Cambridge was a United States Supreme Court case argued in 1928. The Supreme Court reversed the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling and found that the invasion of the plaintiff’s property right was serious and highly injurious and that the placement of the locus of the zoning ordinance would not promote the health safety convenience or general welfare of the inhabitants of Cambridge. It along with Euclid v.


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