Rogers v. Watson

In Rogers v. Watson, 156 Vt. 483, 491, 594 A.2d 409, 414 (1991), the Court noted that "our void-for-vagueness test is less strict where the regulation is economic and the landowner can seek clarification of its meaning or resort to administrative processes." The Court found important that the landowners "had the opportunity to clarify their responsibilities." Id.