(a) Unless the development agreement specifically provides for the application of
subsequently enacted laws, the laws applicable to development of the property subject
to a development agreement are those in force at the time of execution of the agreement.
(b) Except for grounds specified in G.S. 153A-344.1(e), a local government may not apply subsequently adopted ordinances or development
policies to a development that is subject to a development agreement.
(c) In the event State or federal law is changed after a development agreement has
been entered into and the change prevents or precludes compliance with one or more
provisions of the development agreement, the local government may modify the affected
provisions, upon a finding that the change in State or federal law has a fundamental
effect on the development agreement, by ordinance after notice and a hearing.
(d) This section does not abrogate any rights preserved by G.S. 153A-344 or G.S. 153A-344.1, or that may vest pursuant to common law or otherwise in the absence of a development
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