In the past the durational residence requirement has been subject to constitutional challenge under the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment. When coupled with an irrebuttable statutory presumption of non-residency as in Vlandis v. Kline, the durational residence requirement displays a further fourteenth amendment vulnerability-the contravention of procedural due process.
Constitutional Law- Rebuttable Statutory Presumption Of Student Non-Residency Held Violative Of Due Process Clause of Fourteenth Amendment,
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