Insurance lobbyist John Norwood said as long as California courts continue to interpret inverse condemnation
laws as imposing strict liability on utilities for fire damage caused by their power lines, there aren't very many good options.
Nonetheless, Fitch believes the business risk profiles of PG&E is significantly weakened by the enormous increase in the size, intensity and destructive power of wildfires evident during 2017-2018, the implications of potential, vastly increased third-party liabilities under inverse condemnation
and uncertainties regarding full and timely recovery of such costs.
Most disputes involving the interplay between landowner consent and inverse condemnation
claims have been resolved in state courts.
In practice, inverse condemnation
lawsuits are costly, complex and difficult to pursue.
compensation through a state inverse condemnation
statute, she will
(52) Klopping filed an inverse condemnation
action, which was also denied, claiming that the market value depreciated due to the city's pursuit of condemnation.
for a non-resident alien to file an extraterritorial takings claim;  that the Complaint fails to state a viable claim for inverse condemnation
because the insurgents in fact were the ones who caused the destruction of the property; and  that Plaintiff failed to allege the elements of an express or implied-in-fact contract with the U.S.
Any facts giving rise to a regulatory takings claim can be the basis for an inverse condemnation
To avoid the expense and delay of an inverse condemnation
suit for a regulatory taking in state court, she brings instead a substantive due process claim in federal court.
[ss] 40A51, North Carolina's inverse condemnation
Powell points out that condemnation proceedings, including inverse condemnation
proceedings, do fluctuate.
In some cases, interference by government may be so great that it constitutes "inverse condemnation
" or a complete taking, even though the government does not actually seek title to the land.