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How To Know Whether You Have an Inverse Condemnation Case

By Peterson Law Group on January 15, 2024

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Inverse condemnation is a legal concept that can be difficult to grasp, making it hard to determine whether you have a strong case. Property owners can overcome challenges in inverse condemnation cases by documenting damages with photos and records, gathering eyewitness accounts, obtaining expert opinions, and collecting relevant government documents.

Inverse Condemnation and California Property Rights

By Peterson Law Group on October 20, 2023

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Under the doctrine of eminent domain, government agencies have the legal right to take private property without the owner’s consent for public use. The action of taking the property is known as condemnation. The flip side of eminent domain is inverse condemnation, in which a private property owner files a lawsuit against the government for taking or damaging property. It is essential for property owners to seek legal representation to help protect their rights in the face of government actions.

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