In a recent article for Valuation magazine, “A Changing Landscape: How new state legislation may affect eminent domain valuation,” we examine how new and changed legislation can affect the role appraisers play in eminent domain actions, as well as how condemnation valuations are governed.
To help appraisers stay on top of new and changed legislation, we also provide an overview of some of the key state legislative changes from 2022 that affect appraisers and how valuations are conducted regarding eminent domain actions.
Valuation magazine is a publication of the Appraisal Institute.
Brad Kuhn, Chair of Nossaman's Eminent Domain & Valuation Group, is a nationally-recognized leader in the areas of eminent domain/inverse condemnation, land use/zoning and other property and business disputes. Brad has spent ...
Jillian Friess Leivas focuses her practice on eminent domain laws and regulations. She has experience with the right-of-way process, from precondemnation planning activities through to acquisition. She prepares and argues ...
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