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just compensation

The amount that is fair to both the owner and the government when property is appropriated for public use through Eminent Domain.

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  1. Just compensation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Just Compensation is required to be paid by the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (and counterpart state constitutions) when private property is taken ( or ...
  2. just compensation - Legal Dictionary |
    just compensation. n. 1) in general a fair and reasonable amount of money to be paid for work performed or to make one "whole" after loss due to damages.
  3. Welcome to Just Compensation.
    Just Compensation is a monthly reporting service on eminent domain, inverse condemnation, and relocation assistance law.
  4. Just compensation - Legal Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
    Equitable remuneration to the owner of private property that is expropriated for public use through condemnation, the implementation of the governmental power ...
  5. Just Compensation - Fifth Amendment U.S. Constitution - Findlaw
    The just compensation required by the Constitution is that which constitutes ''a full and perfect equivalent for the property taken.'' 192 Originally the Court ...
  6. The Trouble with "Just Compensation" - Anthony Gregory - Mises Daily
    Dec 5, 2006 ... So long as the state can steal from one to give to another, writes Anthony Gregory , the capacity for it to do so in a "fair market" manner, or with ...
  7. Just Compensation Definition | Investopedia
    Compensation provided to an owner whose private real property is seized by the government's power of eminent domain, which allows it to take such property ...
  8. Just Compensation Clause
    The just compensation clause (also known as the takings clause) of the Wisconsin Constitution requires the state and its subdivisions to pay just compensation ...