The Eminent Domain Procedure Law allows property owners to seek reimbursement for attorneys' fees, costs and expenses when the court's condemnation award is substantially in excess of the condemnor's initial valuation.
What does EDPL stand for?
EDPL stands for Eminent Domain Procedure Law (New York)
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- Environmental Development Pakistan
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- Équipe de Droit Pénal de Montpellier (French: Team of Criminal Law of Montpellier; Montpellier, France)
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6) The Eminent Domain Procedure Law in New York State requires the existence of a valid "public use, benefit or purpose to be served by the proposed public project.
9) Section 204 of the New York Eminent Domain Procedure Law requires the condemnor of private property to specify "the public use, benefit or purpose to be served by the proposed public project.