(163) The Michigan Supreme Court ruled that the City of Detroit could use eminent domain
to evict 4,200 people from their homes and demolish 140 businesses, six churches, a hospital, and several non-profits.
If Richmond uses eminent domain
and other local governments take similar action, the losses ultimately could be in the billions of dollars, according to the suit.
In the eminent domain
taking process, municipalities must tender what they consider a fair offer for a property.
skepticism should be extended to federal eminent domain
What's the abridged legal history of eminent domain
On the other hand, Miceli effectively argues that eminent domain
is not justified in most other situations.
Under the normal process, the House-passed eminent domain
bill would be referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has jurisdiction over the issue, and which is unlikely to consider eminent domain
'The only tangible effect of the exercise of eminent domain
by virtue of the assailed provisions would be to replace Peco with More as the owner of the existing electric power distribution system of Iloilo City,' she said.
The chair is pleased to announce the publication in mid-2019 of the supplement to the 10th edition of Florida Eminent Domain
Practice and Procedure, an important Bar publication whose authors are largely comprised of members of the committee.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 6, 2019-CBRE Acquires Florida Valuation to Expand Eminent Domain
Ted Cruz, R-Texas, are targeting his Democratic opponent, Beto O'Rourke, in a new TV ad over his support on the El Paso City Council for a plan to redevelop downtown El Paso that raised the threat of eminent domain
is pleased to announce that the incoming Florida Bar President, Michelle Suskauer, has appointed Carlos Kelly to continue serving on The Florida Bar's Eminent Domain