right of eminent domain
, go into the State of New York and condemn
This decision upheld the city's right of eminent domain
and allowed them to condemn the 15 lots of private property in question.
Below, one lawyer had argued "that the government did not possess the right of eminent domain
." (299) But E.W.
Many have said that LTD will have to exercise its right of eminent domain
to take their property, and many businesses say they will fight that.
The reopening will begin yet another chapter in the storied history of the property, which was landmarked in 1965, more than six decades after New York City exercised its right of eminent domain
and designated the tavern as a park.
It also ruled that Section 10 (right of eminent domain
) and Section 17 (transition of operations) of the franchise law are void and unconstitutional for infringing on Peco's rights to due process and equal protection of the law.
refer to no other than petitioner PECO's assets, which the law specifically indicates as subject to respondent MORE's right of eminent domain
," it said.
" The right of eminent domain
is normally given to the State to enable it to acquire property in order to further the public interest.
To qualify for Arkansas' definition of "public use," and therefore gain the right of eminent domain
, the use must allow any member of the public to use the entity for which the land was condemned.
The powerful right of eminent domain
exercised through condemnation allows governments to acquire property even if landowners don't want to sell.
Mandaluyong Judge Monique Quisumbing-Ignacio declared Section 10 (right of eminent domain
) and Section 17 (transition of operations) of Republic Act (RA) No.
Manases Carpio, lawyer-husband of presidential daughter and Davao mayor Sara Duterte Carpio ndash has expressed concerns that a provision in the current adopted House Bill 8302 (replacing original 8123) could open the doors to a forcible takeover by MMC of PECO's existing assets using the "Right of Eminent Domain
." This section of the adopted bill could effectively give the grantee (MMC) the right "to acquire such private property as is actually necessary for the realization of the purposes for which this franchise is granted.