A fundamental premise underlying eminent domain laws is that the owner is treated fairly under principles of just compensation. This means that the owner receives fair market value for the property being condemned. And, where there is an active, relevant real estate market with ample comparable sales data, this premise can be upheld through traditional appraisal methodologies.
Unfortunately, not all markets include legitimate, open market transactions from which to gather comparable sales data. This is especially true where market conditions have deteriorated; in other ...
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