The Land Use Board of Appeals shall either reverse, remand or affirm a limited land use decision on review.
The board shall reverse or remand a limited land use decision if:
The decision is not supported by substantial evidence in the record. The existence of evidence in the record supporting a different decision shall not be grounds for reversal or remand if there is evidence in the record to support the final decision;
The decision does not comply with applicable provisions of the land use regulations;
The decision is:
Outside the scope of authority of the decision maker; or
The local government committed a procedural error which prejudiced the substantial rights of the petitioner. [1991 c.817 §2]