Last week was a fairly slow week for California eminent domain news, but I came across an article about a case that seems interesting enough to warrant a brief discussion, even if it has no direct application in California.
Fronteer Gold, apparently a Canadian-owned company with a division formed under Delaware law, is seeking to condemn property in Nevada to help implement its plans for the Long Canyon gold mine.
You might wonder how a private company, under Canadian ownership, can condemn property from private owners in Nevada. Apparently, Nevada law contains a provision that ...
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