Case Study: Carson's Right To Fight Against The Seizing Of Property

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Carson’s rights to fight against the seizing of his property are a notice, hearing, and remedies. Prior to any governmental action to exercise its right of eminent domain, the government must negotiate in good faith with the landowner for an acceptable price for the land. In most cases the government will notify the landowner of serving a notice of intent. The notice would also consist of the property parameters, proposed use of the land, and a offer for the purchase. If an agreement can not be met, further court action will take place. As a landowner he has the right to oppose both the proposed taking and the amount of compensation offered. Ultimately, if administrative appeals fail, the landowner may petition in court, under the auspices
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