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1(por causa de utilidad pública) derecho a expropiar masculino
- He is sponsoring legislation to restrict municipalities' rights to take property by eminent domain.
- In the personal property aspect, there was a recent court opinion that said that the government could by eminent domain take property from citizens for public use.
- The Kelo decision permitted the use of eminent domain for private development projects and has touched off a firestorm of protest throughout the country.
- Lloyd's article has plenty of history about eminent domain, and how private developers are increasingly using it to get a hold of land they want.
- After years of rubber-stamping, courts are beginning to cut back on the use of eminent domain for private parties.
- He says six states have upheld the use of eminent domain for private business development, while nine forbid it.
- Without eminent domain, acquiring enough property for a stadium could become expensive.
- At least since the 1980s, many states have tended to interpret the government's eminent domain power extremely broadly.
- State officials had asked municipalities to hold off on property seizures until the legislature considers changing the state's eminent domain laws.
- Federal agencies would be granted the power of eminent domain to speed the building of more power transmission lines.
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