Pila'a 400, LLC v. Bd. of Land & Natural Res.: Pila’a privately owns 383 acres of land, which naturally has a slope that leads to runoff into the ocean. Pila’a did construction work on the land which, among other side-effects, created heavy mud runoff into the ocean, greatly harming a coral reef. As a result, the Board demanded that Pila’a pay for the full restoration of the land and reef. Pila’a argued that it should not be held responsible because the Board does not have land-use rules in place or the authority to charge Pila’a for restoration that doesn’t have a pre-determined guideline.