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Georgia Passes Solar CUVA Bill

Georgia House Bill 238 authorizes the withdrawal of property from a conservation use covenant for purposes of developing a solar generation plant.  Before the law was passed, subject to certain limited exceptions, properties under a conservation use covenant generally could not be developed without breaching the covenant.  The new law permits the removal of a portion of the property to be used for solar development without breaching the covenant for the rest of the property.  At the time the solar plant is installed, that portion of the property will be removed from the existing covenant and will be subject to a reduced penalty.

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