Eminent domain is a highly technical area of law that often uses language that may be difficult to understand without significant legal training. As a result, if your property is the subject of a proposed use of eminent domain, you probably have a lot of questions and may be doing some research on your own. Here are some plain English definitions of legal terms that often arise in eminent domain proceedings.
If your property is the subject of a condemnation action, it is essential that you do everything possible to protect your legal rights. The eminent domain attorneys of Sever Storey will thoroughly review your case, determine whether the proposed taking is valid, and, if it is, ensure that you receive the compensation to which you are entitled. To schedule a free consultation with a member of our team, call our office today at 888-318-3761 or contact us online.
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