Tag: inverse condemnation
ALI-ABA Emient Domain and Land Valuation Seminar
Posted on Jan 31, 2012 in News & Events
We just returned from the 29th Annual American Law Institute-American Bar Association (ALI-ABA) Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation course in San Diego. As the course description explains: “[t]he power of eminent domain is being reshaped across the nation by court rulings and legislation.
Happy Birthday to Robert Thomas @ inversecondemnation.com
Posted on Sep 3, 2010 in News & Events
Albeit a bit belated, we send our best wishes for another great year in blogging to our fellow law blogger Robert Thomas who celebrated the 4th anniversary of the birth of his blog www.inversecondemnaton.com on August 31.
NJ Supreme Court issues opinion in “a bizarre condemnation” case
Posted on Jun 22, 2010 in News & Events
This morning the New Jersey Supreme Court issued an unanimous opinion in the inverse condemnation/regulatory takings/adverse possession case Klumpp v. Borough of Avalon, No. A-49-09 (June 22, 2010), for which the New Jersey Law Journal coined the phrase “a bizarre condemnation.”
“Most condemned property in America” in court today
Posted on Apr 14, 2010 in News & Events
Last month we posted “Virginia farm may be ‘most condemned property in America'” about Edd Jennings and his family’s 300 acres farm that has been condemned for easements and other public uses by state agencies and utility companies on 10 different occassions since the 1970s.