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As Planners Acquire Land, NC Eminent Domain Law Firm Hosts Informational Meeting on April 18th CHARLOTTE, N.
Since being hired in 1975 as an assistant attorney general for the state, he has been involved in scores of eminent domain cases on both sides of the issue.
htm) proposals by local governments to use eminent domain to seize foreclosures and reduce loan balances to provide homeowner relief.
Reilly, whose practice at the Westfield-based law firm of Farer Fersko, focuses strongly on eminent domain law, will moderate a presentation at Urban Core III, New Jersey's premier revitalization workshop.
GAO-07-28 November 30, 2006 In the Transportation, Treasury, Housing and Urban Development, the Judiciary, the District of Columbia, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2006, Congress mandated that GAO conduct a nationwide study on the use of eminent domain by state and local governments.
On November 7, voters in Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, and South Carolina overwhelmingly approved constitutional amendments prohibiting the use of eminent domain to transfer land from one private party to another for economic development purposes.
Perhaps they understand something the judge doesn't, but that Justice Sandra Day O'Connor did in her dissent in Kelo: that the burden of eminent domain will inevitably fall on those least able to protect themselves in the process that he thinks is sufficient.
Local governments often invoke eminent domain to evict homeowners so as to make land available to a developer of luxury condos.