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Oneida County Considering Eminent Domain for Downtown Utica Hospital Project

It seems like all over the country, large institutions like universities and hospitals are constantly expanding into their surroundings and changing the character of their neighborhoods. For many property owners, the boost in property values provided by new institutional development is often tempered by the fear that sprawl is eventually going to force them out. … Continue reading “Oneida County Considering Eminent Domain for Downtown Utica Hospital Project”

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Landowners Fight Back as Lower Merion School District Uses Eminent Domain to Seize Land

According to a report in the Main Line Times, two landowners in Villanova, Pennsylvania, are fighting back after the Lower Merion School District voted to use eminent domain to seize their property for playing field space for a proposed middle school. The property owners, through their attorney, filed preliminary objections to the district’s plan to … Continue reading “Landowners Fight Back as Lower Merion School District Uses Eminent Domain to Seize Land”

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Will Elderly Indiana Residents Lose Their Homes?

Several elderly residents of a Yorktown, Indiana, neighborhood are gearing up for a fight to protect their properties. The residents live in near Morrow’s Meadow, and they include an 81-year-old widow, a 90-year-old woman, and a couple who bought their house 52 years ago. Now, they could lose their properties because the town wants to … Continue reading “Will Elderly Indiana Residents Lose Their Homes?”

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Eminent Domain and the Border Wall

Many property owners in southern Texas are talking about eminent domain powers since President Donald J. Trump declared a national state of emergency so he can build a border wall. Rep. Will Hurd, a Texas Republican, expressed concern about the new developments. His district covers 820 miles along the Texas border with Mexico. Not only … Continue reading “Eminent Domain and the Border Wall”

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SCOTUS Reheard Oral Arguments in Eminent Domain Case

When the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled in the case of Kelo v. City of New London, major changes occurred in the legal world when it came to eminent domain actions. Now, SCOTUS has another eminent domain case before it, though this case focuses on a procedural issue rather than a substantive … Continue reading “SCOTUS Reheard Oral Arguments in Eminent Domain Case”

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Illinois Town Trying to Take Land From Recycling Plant

An eminent domain case that has dragged on since early 2017 might come to a close soon. Two years ago, the Illinois town of Mundelein tried to purchase land from the owner of a recycling plant to begin a new housing development. The plant owner did not agree to sell, so the town voted to … Continue reading “Illinois Town Trying to Take Land From Recycling Plant”

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Can You Challenge an Eminent Domain Action?

Receiving notice that someone is planning to take your property through the use of eminent domain can upset you, particularly if the property in question is also your home. If you have found yourself in this situation, you may wonder whether you can do anything to fight back and stay where you are. Here are … Continue reading “Can You Challenge an Eminent Domain Action?”

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Toledo Landowners Fight Back against Eminent Domain Action

The Toledo Blade is reporting that local property owners have filed a federal lawsuit against Henry County, the Henry County Commissions, and a corporate unit of Campbell Soup Company, alleging that the use of eminent domain to take their properties violates their rights under state and federal law. The plaintiffs in the suit are Kyle, … Continue reading “Toledo Landowners Fight Back against Eminent Domain Action”

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Loudon County Supervisors Initiate Eminent Domain Proceedings Against Landowners

According to a report published by Loudon Now, Loudon county supervisors voted unanimously earlier this month to initiate eminent domain proceedings against 10 Leesburg property owners who collectively own 11 parcels of land. The move comes as the property owners are still in active negotiations with the county regarding the voluntary sale of their properties. … Continue reading “Loudon County Supervisors Initiate Eminent Domain Proceedings Against Landowners”

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Proposed Border Wall Could Result in Thousands of Eminent Domain Actions

Unless you’re living in a self-imposed media blackout, you’ve heard about the Trump administration’s plans for a wall (or some sort of barrier) along the southern U.S. border. The president made the proposed wall a significant part of his campaign, but has yet to take action on his plan. In recent months, the issue, which … Continue reading “Proposed Border Wall Could Result in Thousands of Eminent Domain Actions”

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What are the unique issues that face commercial property owners in condemnation that can make all the difference?

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Landowners forget this one thing when dealing with utility companies that want an easement across their land.

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