Posts tagged Placer County.
Posted in Court Decisions, Redevelopment
Here's some news making headlines this week in the eminent domain community:
- The Base Year Transfer Rule Under Threat of Eminent Domain: A new published California Court of Appeal decision -- Duea v. County of San Diego -- came out yesterday addressing whether a property owner can transfer their base year value to a replacement property when the owner sells its property to a private developer under threat of eminent domain. The Court held that the owner had some procedural missteps which doomed the case, but also went on to hold that this type of transfer does not qualify for a base year ...
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