Legislation that would rework some of the procedures used by local governments to their redevelopment powers cleared a state senate committee.
A Georgia county appealed a jury verdict, alleging that the trial court erred by admitting evidence of pre-taking damages,
The court held that "C.R.S. § 38-5-105 does not grant condemnation authority, either expressly or by clear implication, to companies for the construction of a petroleum pipeline."
By David Weder
FERC grants lakeside homeowners a reprieve from order for removal of homes from Lake of the Ozarks, avoids regulatory taking issues . . . for now.
By Orell Anderson, Jerry English, Keith Mccullough, John Schepisi, and Stephen Valdez
One of the most problematic issues in the area of eminent domain has to do with environmental contamination, either real or perceived, found during expropriation.
By Casey Pipes and John R. Hamilton
The authors of "Claims for Right-of-Way Changes Without a Physical Taking" share cases relevant to the topic.
David Rapp discusses a recent case in the Kansas Supreme Court that establishes that outdoor advertising companies will be treated no better than other owners of commercial property. (8:49 min)
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