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The Right of Eminent Domain is the right to take private property and use it for the public. In this event, the owner of the land must be fairly compensated for the property. This right is given to certain governments or nations. It is fairly commonly used in the United States.
 
The Right of Eminent Domain is the right to take private property and use it for the public. In this event, the owner of the land must be fairly compensated for the property. This right is given to certain governments or nations. It is fairly commonly used in the United States.
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Latest revision as of 17:10, 5 March 2020

The Right of Eminent Domain is the right to take private property and use it for the public. In this event, the owner of the land must be fairly compensated for the property. This right is given to certain governments or nations. It is fairly commonly used in the United States.


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