Can an aggrieved party challenge or object to eminent domain? Yes, however, there are a few stipulations. First, the person must have a chance to receive fair notice. This means that the person should be given reasonable time to seek legal advice and prepare a formal objection to what the government wants.
According to a recently released report by the data services provider CoreLogic, Christmas officially came early as far as the U.S. real estate market is concerned.
While most of us greet road expansion announcements by the Florida Department of Transportation with great enthusiasm, as it will ultimately mean shorter commutes and all-around faster travel times, it's important to understand that not everyone always shares this excitement.