LawInfo.com Offers Useful Information about Condemnation
Condemnation occurs when the government takes away private property for public use provided they pay just compensation. This ability is called the power of eminent domain. An example includes making way for a highway.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Condemnation
- What Is Condemnation?
- Can The Government Take My Property Without My Permission?
- What Is Eminent Domain?
- What is a Pro Tanto Award?
The Role of a Condemnation Lawyer:
A qualified Condemnation Lawyer may help you with the following:
- Assess the government’s appraisal of your property
- Determine whether the government’s appraisal of your property is fair
- Challenge the government’s decision to take your property
- Challenge the government’s appraisal value of your property
- Determine whether the government’s proposed project qualifies as a public purpose
- Argue that the government’s proposed project should be built in another location
- Develop evidence, witnesses, and experts to justify that the property is worth more than the government’s appraisal
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