Amendment of code, section 491n, relative to condemnation proceedings.
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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • District of Columbia,
  • Eminent domain,
  • Conflict of laws -- Property

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Edition Notes

Other titlesTo amend section of code of D.C. relative to condemnation proceedings
SeriesH.rp.1665
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination4 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16101748M

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There are a variety of condemnation procedures that have been established for municipalities and counties, [1] but those used most commonly are the traditional “jury of view” procedure, (T.C.A. §§ et seq.) and the supplementary procedure.T.C.A. §§ et seq. These statutory provisions normally permit the condemner to select the procedure of its choice from the. georgia code title 9 - civil practice chapter 11 - civil practice act article 2 - commencement of action and service § - process o.c.g.a. (). Indiana Code For Year Primary navigation links. Each entry expands to a submenu containing a structure of links disposed in one or more columns. D. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section or any other provision of law requiring documents to be recorded in the miscellaneous lien books or the deed books in the clerk's office of any court, on or after July 1, , all memoranda of liens arising under this section shall be recorded in the deed books in the clerk's office.

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Condemnation Proceedings Definition of 'Condemnation Proceedings' According to The Free Dictionary, condemnation proceedings represent "the power to take private property for public use by a state, municipality, or private person or corporation (also called the Eminent Domain) authorized to exercise functions of public character, following the payment of just compensation to the owner of that. THE UNIFORM CONDEMNATION PROCEDURES ACT Act 87 of AN ACT to provide procedures for the condemnation, acquisition, or exercise of eminent domain of real or personal property by public agencies or private agencies; to provide for an agency's entry upon land for certain purposes; to provide for damages; to prescribe remedies; and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts. [4] The statutes relative to the procedure under which this condemnation was brought do not seem to contemplate that any pleading is necessary on the part of the owner of the land sought to be condemned, and because of this it might be argued that the position of such an owner is different from that of a defendant in the ordinary civil case. Eminent domain proceedings are set against a constitutional framework that imposes certain limits on the procedures. The most important constitutional limitation is derived from the fifth amendment of the U.S. Constitution, made applicable to the state and its instrumentalities through the fourteenth amendment,1 which.