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Courts help determine a fair price when property is taken.

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Q: Why are courts often involved in cases concerning eminent domain?
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Why are courts involved in cases concerning eminent domain?

Courts help determine a fair price when property is taken.

What is the power of the state to take private property for public use upon payment of a just compensation?

It is called eminent domain when a city or government takes private property for public use. The idea is that it is for the "better good" of the community or state.

When was Eminent Domain - film - created?

Eminent Domain - film - was created in 1990.

What is the duration of Eminent Domain film?

The duration of Eminent Domain - film - is 1.77 hours.

When did eminent domain start?

Eminent Domain started when a huge need of land was needed for the public use.

Why would one need an Eminent Domain attorney?

One would need an Eminent Domain attorney if they wanted to recover their claims for losses that happened in eminent domain and other specific cases that happened.

How does eminent domain limits one's right to own property?

Eminent domain does not "limit your right to own property". Most property owners never encounter the government's right of eminent domain. Eminent domain may affect your property rights at some point but it does not limit your right to own property.

Eminent domain why is it bad?

Eminent Domain is bad because it sometimes violates the fifth amendment with the assistance of courts and judges. People are supposed to be provided with just compensation for their homes. But they are usually not. The case of Kelo v. City of New London just proves this point even more. Eminent domain should not be used, unless it is for the improvement of bridges, tunnels, parks, schools or uses that are truly for use by the public and not private developers.

What is it called when the government takes private property?

Under normal conditions, the government cannot take private property for public use. However, there are times when they can. This is legally called eminent domain.

With an eminent domain taking does the owner lose the title to the land?

Yes. A taking by eminent domain takes the fee interest of the owner.

What are the ratings and certificates for Eminent Domain - 1990?

Eminent Domain - 1990 is rated/received certificates of: Iceland:12 USA:PG-13

How do you spell eminent domain?

That is the correct spelling of the legal term "eminent domain" (local authority over land ownership and use).