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Just compensation

520 E. 81st St. Assocs. v. State

The court holds that the proper method of determining just compensation for the state's temporary regulatory taking of 39 apartments requires not only the sale value of the property, but also interest on the sale value. In 1985, the...

Schneider v. San Diego, County of

The court affirms a district court holding that where compensation was paid long after a taking, an individual was entitled to prejudgment interest, but remands the case for a redetermination of the amount of interest to be awarded....

Northeast Conn. Econ. Alliance, Inc. v. ATC Partnership

The court holds that a trial court erred in not evaluating evidence of environmental contamination and remediation costs related to a company's property that a regional economic alliance, acting for a town, took by eminent domain. The...

Hendler v. United States

The court holds that landowners are due no compensation from the United States after the federal government entered their property to sink wells and monitor groundwater migration from an adjacent contaminated property. The court first...