Condemnation: Less Complex Than it Sounds?

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While the government’s power to take private property for public use through eminent domain is well understood, private citizens’ right to sue the government for taking or damaging private property is less well understood. And yet, the right exists even when the public entity did not intend to take the property or cause the damage. Inverse condemnation is a powerful and often overlooked cause of action to assert this right.

Copyright © 2014 Re-posted with permission from Advocate: Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California

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