Current Condemnation Law: Takings, Compensation and Benefits

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American Bar Association, 2006 - 387 strani
 

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Chapter
6
Chapter
8
Chapter
13
Chapter
14
Legal and Practical Issues
15
Chapter 3
52
Valuing Contaminated Property
53
Chapter 12
58
Defenses to a Statutory Way of Necessity
186
Conclusion
192
The Relevance of Rezoning and Comparable Sales
193
Evidence of Comparable Sales Occurring after
200
Evidence of Rezoning after the Date of Taking
213
Chapter 12
218
Retrospective Evidence in Other Contexts
239
Federal Eminent Domain Procedures
243

Conclusion
60
The Ripeness Doctrine and Due Process and Equal
69
Navigating around Procedural Bars
75
Analysis and Suggested Solutions
83
A Survey of Statutes of Limitations
101
CatchAll Limitations Period
108
Calculation of Damages in Temporary Takings
115
Chapter 8
142
Entrepreneurial Profit
147
The Court Decisions
148
The Valuation of a Corridor in an Eminent Domain Case
155
Chapter 10
164
Condemning Private Ways of Necessity
165
Availability of Action
172
Scope of Use and Authorized Purposes
180
Highest and Best Use Changed Use and Assemblage
252
Chapter 14
256
Public Use and the Twentieth Century Supreme Court
259
Public Use in Twentieth Century State Courts
268
Conclusion
288
The Answer to the Public
293
The Kelo Decision
301
The Federalism Debate on Public Use and
311
Conclusion
320
Chapter 15
325
The Statutory Procedure in Outline
331
The Scope for Judicial Challenge
345
About the Editors
353
Index
359
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