Fifty-State Survey: The Law of Eminent Domain
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Fifty-State Survey: The Law of Eminent Domain

Published by First Chair Press
Fifty-State Survey: The Law of Eminent Domain
Product Code: 5310412
Editor/Authors: William G. Blake, J. Casey Pipes, Robert J. Will
Publication Date: June 15, 2012
ISBN: 978-1-61438-606-3
Page Count: 598
Trim Size: 7 x 10 - Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Litigation
Topics: Land Use Law, Zoning Law
Format: Book - 5310412
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About The Law of Eminent Domain

A single resource for eminent domain practitioners, this guide is a reference for questions about eminent domain and condemnation procedure in every state and the District of Columbia. Each state outline is organized in the following manner:
  • Who is Eligible to Condemn?
  • What can be Condemned?
  • The Condemnation Proceedings
  • Procedure to Challenge Condemnation
  • Inverse Condemnation
  • Just Compensation Issues
  • How are Various Ownership Interests Treated?
  • Abandonment
  • Attorney's Fees and Costs

William G. Blake, Editor
Casey Pipes, and Robert J. Will, Committee Co-Chairs

More Information

Contents PDF
Foreword PDF
Introduction PDF
About the Authors PDF
Sample Chapter - NEBRASKA PDF


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