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Governments are traditionally allowed to take certain actions that limit the use of your property. Typically, when the government intends to take your property for a public purpose, they institute a condemnation action using the power of eminent domain. The much more sinister “acquisition” is the governmental action that fails to result in a physical taking, but nonetheless indirectly and significantly impacts the landowner’s property. In these cases, an Ohio landowner may bring an action in inverse condemnation to hold the government responsible for the limitations it has placed on your property.
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