Condemnation Law

Condemnation Legal Issues:

Condemnation Law:

When the Department of Transportation (DOT) believes that a private property is necessary for the public good, it can condemn the property. Condemnation is the process of using private property for public use. If the government takes the private property, the owner of that property is entitled to just compensation. Condemnation may occur to home owners and businesses.

Condemnation Law Legal Issues:

Private land owners may have legal rights for challenging the seizure of their home or business. In some cases, the condemnation may be incompatible with the private land owner's use, such as a plan to install a pipeline accross the property, which could possibly hinder future buyers from purchasing the property.

What a Real Property Lawyer can do for you:

Condemnation issues between private property owners and government often create controversial issues. If you are a private property owner that has received notice of condemnation by the government, a real property lawyer can assist you. Real property lawyers are experienced in condemnation matters and can fight for your rights. Real proeprty lawyers can also help you get the full value of your property.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If your private property is under condemnation by the government and you need a real property lawyer, contact Attorney Search Network. We can help you find a real property lawyer in your area that handles condemnation cases.

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If you have any questions about the information provided above, please contact Attorney Search Network.