After the new bridge and park were built, Bay Point brought an inverse condemnation action
against MTC, arguing that once the bridge was destroyed, either the easement on the entire property terminated or at least the portion of the easement used to build the park terminated because a park was not for "highway purposes.
Tenders are invited for provide a blight study of the blight study area in anticipation of a possible condemnation action
Under Connecticut's new law, the New London homeowners would still be on the losing side of a condemnation action
However, when the state has not instituted an action, the landowner must file an inverse condemnation action
and prove a de facto taking in order to be compensated for condemnation blight.
eminent domain condemnation action
, and a hearing on whether the taking
While the court's first justification for applying heightened scrutiny was that the denial of a CUP plainly triggered RLUIPA's core zoning provision, (33) the district judge also indicated (in dicta) that even if only the condemnation action
had been at issue, the Act's definition of "land use regulation" should have been read to include Cypress's exercise of eminent domain as part of its larger redevelopment plan for the area.
4) This act created new protections for landowners, including a requirement that the would-be condemnor must attempt to purchase the land from the would-be condemnee engaging in "good faith negotiation" before filing a condemnation action
The Smiths did not accept Arkansas Midstream's offer, and the company filed a condemnation action
The Agency, when it files the condemnation action
or later, may seek an order of possession so it can gain possession of the property while the litigation proceeds concerning the value of the property," the document says.
In November 2004, voters elected a new council that ended the condemnation action
in April 2004.
The authority exercising the power of eminent domain is referred to as the "condemning authority"8 and, once a condemnation action
has been filed, the "petitioner.
Under Michigan law, upon filing a condemnation action
the governmental agency is required to tender a check equal to the agency's own good faith estimate of just compensation.