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Sea-Level Rise, Managed Retreat, and Eminent Domain in California

Thanks to all of you who were able to attend Nossaman’s Coastal Law Conference last week.  If you missed the event, I provided an update on sea-level rise, managed retreat, and potential eminent domain / regulatory takings issues in California.  Specifically, I touched on: The projected impacts to private property and public infrastructure as a … Continue Reading

Will California’s Sea-Level Rise Trigger Use of Eminent Domain?

We’ve been tracking the impacts of sea-level rise in California, and previously reported on a potential recommendation by the California Coastal Commission to utilize eminent domain for “managed retreat” — buying or condemning threatened homes and relocating them or tearing them down, which would thereafter free the coastline and preserve the beaches.  That recommendation has … Continue Reading

Nossaman is Taking Eminent Domain On the Road!

We welcome you to join our Partners at several upcoming presentations on eminent domain topics taking place near and far. First, Nossaman’s Eminent Domain & Valuation Practice Group Chair Brad Kuhn will be presenting during Nossaman’s 2019 Land Use Seminar on May 21st, in Costa Mesa, CA.  Brad will be part of a discussion concerning the very … Continue Reading

California Coastal Commission to Recommend Eminent Domain to Combat Sea-Level Rise?

With the recent widespread reports of sea-level rise triggered by global warming, the California Coastal Commission — a state agency which regulates coastal development — plans to release a proposal in early-2019 which provides guidelines to local jurisdictions on how to combat the potential impacts.  The stakes are enormous, as the Commission believes many homes along California’s 1,100 … Continue Reading
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