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redevelopment corporation's condemnation action based on a finding
It then reasoned that the city's condemnation action was based on a zoning system that "would unquestionably 'limit[ ] or restrict[ ]' Cottonwood's 'use or development of land.
021, is the pleading those having the right to exercise the power of eminent domain may file and which begins a condemnation action), counsel should keep in mind that condemnation actions typically involve many parties.
The Ninth Circuit relied on precedent from other circuits that compliance with NEPA was not a defense to a condemnation action.
As trial approached in the condemnation action, the parties exchanged expert appraisal reports.
3d DCA 1983), the Third DCA affirmed the trial court's denial of an inverse condemnation action predicated on alleged condemnation blight arising from a parcel's inclusion in a dedicated redevelopment area.
Broughton made two claims in regard to its inverse condemnation action against the Gorge Commission.
Under the new law, property owners can ask a court to determine if a condemnation action is being taken for a public project or a private one.
today announced the filing of legal proceedings by its subsidiary, Golden Road Motor Inn, Inc, dba Atlantis Casino Resort opposing a condemnation action filed by the City of Reno.
But for the preoccupation with joint ventures on the site, the LAUSD could have legally acquired the Ambassador property eight years ago when the condemnation action began,'' concluded a report from the state's Joint Legislative Audit Committee.
The case for private ownership of water systems was strengthened on Tuesday following the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council's 9-6 vote to override Mayor Teresa Isaac's veto of a resolution calling for an end to the condemnation action.
Shortly after the court denied Barton's attempt to amend his pleadings in the eminent domain proceeding, Barton pursued an inverse condemnation action against the City concerning his remaining property.