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condemnor

One who condemns property.

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would-be condemnor could obtain comparable properties on the open market
Of course, the condemnor by definition is not a wrongdoer, and the payment to the condemnee will come from the public fisc.
None of the federal acts in question explicitly empower the condemnor to defeat state riparian laws.
4] A taking may be found where the condemnor engages in extreme activity which evinces an "unequivocal intent" to take the allegedly affected property.
The appellate court stated that just compensation is what the owner has lost, not what the condemnor has gained.
2d at 823, holding that the substitute facilities doctrine applies when the state or another condemnor takes property that is already devoted to some public use by a municipality or other agency of government.
Under the applicable redevelopment statute, the condemnor is deemed to have satisfied its duty to negotiate in good faith if its offer "was no lower than the amount reflected in an appraisal performed by a state-licensed or state-certified appraiser.
The New York courts have consistently held that provisions in a lease calling for a sign to remain the personal property of the tenant are not transferable to a dispute between a sign-owning lessee and a condemnor.
An extension of the preceding Supreme Court case logic suggests that a condemnor must use the valuation methodology existent in the market for telecommunications utility corridor rights of way in justly compensating the owner of property having such uses as its highest and best uses.
When real property is taken for a public purpose pursuant to the power of eminent domain, the primary dispute between the condemnor and the owner usually concerns the determination of just compensation.
A problem exists, and the decision maker (the buyer or seller, landlord or tenant, condemnor or condemnee, borrower or lender) seeks expert advice.
In Virginia, following the initial determination concerning the value of the property in its entirety, the condemnor pays the award to the court, and a separate proceeding is initiated by owners of interests and estates in the property (including tenants) regarding the allocation of the award.