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Eminent Domain

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7 Each home is owned by a separate family.
8 This deals with the administration of justice and acts as a safeguard from arbitrary denial of life, liberty, or property by the Government outside the sanction of law.
9 his gives towns the ability to designate areas in need of redevelopment' and authorizes the use of eminent domain to acquire private property.
10 When private property is destroyed, stolen, condemned, or disposed of, the owner may receive a payment in property or money in the form of insurance or a condemnation award.
13 The basic rights of individuals to the peaceful possession, control and enjoyment of the things they own as well as their rights to make contracts to rent, sell, or give away various ownership rights of the possessions.
14 The amount that is fair to both the owner and the government when property is appropriated for public use through Eminent Domain.
15 The price that both the buyer and seller are interested in just enough to accept the price on the open market assuming a reasonable period of time for an agreement to arise.
16 Any citizen that is not holding public office.
17 The principle that certain resources are preserved for public use, and the government is required to maintain them for the publicís reasonable use.
18 A case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States involving the use of eminent domain to transfer land from one private owner to another private owner to further economic development.
1 The right of a government to seize private property for public use, in exchange for payment of fair market value.
2 'Nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.'
3 The income that is gained by governments through taxation
4 A temporary reduction or elimination of a tax for an individual.
5 The legal seizure of property by a government authority for public use, through the powers of eminent domain, in exchange for fair market value.
6 In this case, Eminent Domain was denied because of the lack of evidence of blight, but redeveloped some parts of the city.
11 A section of a city or locality where a majority of the structures are dilapidated or in poor condition.
12 This protects against abuse of government authority in a legal procedure.
17 The only purpose for which private property can be taken away by the government under its power of eminent domain.
19 Financial bonds used for the compensation payable by the government for compulsory acquisition of any land from private landowners.
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