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It is for this reason that God brings judgment on the land; he is the only one with the right of eminent domain (e.
The use for which private property is to be taken must be a public one, whether the taking be by the exercise of the right of eminent domain or by that of taxation.
1) Defend the decision of the majority who voted to allow the city of New London, Connecticut, to use the right of eminent domain to condemn the private property.
After years of holding out for a better real estate agreement, company officials one day found themselves faced with the city's right of eminent domain, and the threat of condemnation of the 105-year-old facility.
While railroad lines or railroad rights-of-way heretofore have not been condemned to be used for local commuter train operations, the precedent cases upholding the sovereign's exercise of the right of eminent domain to take railroad properties for public purposes would seem to suggest that such takings may be affected.
At the other extreme are "residual communities" that consist of households whose property is subject only to taxation and the right of eminent domain.
According to a plan now under discussion, the city would use its right of eminent domain to buy one of its oldest companies, Morse Cutting Tools, which is about to be abandoned by its multinational conglomerate owner, Gulf
It also challenges its power to exercise the federal right of eminent domain to condemn and acquire private property under the Energy Policy Act.
Below, one lawyer had argued "that the government did not possess the right of eminent domain.