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What Should Property Owners Know About Eminent Domain Case Requirements?

Eminent Domain Case Filing Before an Eminent Domain case can be filed and served against a property owner, the governmental or quasi-governmental entity taking the land, also known as the condemnor, must follow several requirements. The condemnor must have the authority to take land via eminent domain, have a public purpose for the taking and […]

What Is the Bert Harris Private Property Protection Act?

Florida is one of the only states in the U.S. that has a statute that gives a cause of action to a property owner when the state or local government takes an action that reduces the value of a property. This occurs by interfering with an existing use or a vested right without that government […]

Three Methods of Determining Fair Market Value in Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain The purpose of an eminent domain action is to compensate the property owner properly for the property that the government is taking for public use. It is important to understand the different ways that the property that will be taken is valued. There are three main methods that real estate appraisers customarily use […]

What to know if the government contacts you about buying your property

Recently, the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization announced the road construction priorities in Brevard County. These upcoming projects include widening Ellis Road in West Melbourne, widening State Road 528 (the Beachline) from Industry Road to Port Canaveral, widening Clearlake Road in Cocoa from Michigan Avenue to Industry Road, improving the intersection of 192 and Hollywood/Evans […]

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