Legal Advice for Condemnation — 20 results
Written by attorney Andrew Avant, over 5 years ago.
What to do when you are first contacted. What should you do when you are put on notice of a pending condemnation process?
Learn what you are up against.
A Condemnor is required to... more
Written by attorney Bill Crecelius, almost 4 years ago.
Prior to Condemnation The government agency will generally appraise the property it needs and send someone to make an offer to purchase the needed property rights. The government can take... more
Written by attorney Charles Mcfarland, about 6 years ago.
What is the attorney’s relevant experience? A condemnation case represents the property owner’s one and only opportunity to be compensated for the taking of some or all of its property.... more
Written by attorney Anthony Della Pelle, over 2 years ago.
The eminent domain process can be very complicating and confusing. It is important to know your rights and some of the do's and don'ts to keep in mind if your property will be or has been... more
Written by attorney Christine Branstad, over 4 years ago.
My property professor described ownership
as how a dog feels about his bone.* Your ownership can be taken away
by the government to dischargeits functions, including: appropriating... more
Written by attorney Benson Snaider, over 5 years ago.
Your Rights as Property Owner Be aware that any taking of property by a public agency must be paid for. That is guaranteed by the Constitution. If the project causes a diminution of the... more
Written by attorney Adam Rieck, almost 2 years ago.
In the old days, railroad agents had the responsibility of buying land from Native Americans for railroad right of ways. One story tells of a rather shrewd chief who understood the... more
Written by attorney Andrew Weininger, about 2 years ago.
Wisconsin law has generous provisions to cover multiple relocation expenses associated with moving when your house, business or farm is taken through eminent domain or condemnation.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Phillips, over 2 years ago.
EFFECTIVE TRIAL STRATEGIES FOR EMIENT DOMAIN/CONDEMNATION CASES
Christopher L. Phillips
JACKEL PHILLIPS, PC
707 Whitlock Ave
(The following is... more
Written by attorney Anthony Misseldine, almost 3 years ago.
You do have the right to challenge the condemnation; but, it is unlikely that you will succeed. The Arizona Constitution grants to the State the power to condemn privately owned property (... more
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