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Raisins, personal property, and just compensation

So, as posted earlier, this the morning US Supreme Court handed down a fascinating takings decision in Horne v. Department of Agriculture. I think as both Logan and I work through the decision, we’ll do a series of posts. 1,256 more words

Property

California Supreme Court Upholds Inclusionary Housing

Earlier this week the California Supreme Court issued a major takings decision rejecting a suit by the California Building Industry Association (“CBIA”) seeking invalidation of the City of San Jose’s inclusionary housing ordinance. 661 more words

Regulatory Takings

Just Compensation Affirmed for a "Lost Tree" in Florida

The Federal Circuit of Appeals issued its opinion in Lost Tree Village Corp. v. United States, a regulatory takings case, on June 1, 2015.  Our… 336 more words

Eminent Domain

Lost Tree Redux: How Do We Measure Economic Impact?

In Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council, 505 U.S. 1003 (1992), the Supreme Court famously announced that when, as in that case, the trial court found that a regulation rendered the property “valueless,” the owner could assert a… 1,190 more words

Regulatory Takings

Ruling in MR-GO Takings Lawsuit

Yesterday, on May 1, 2015, in Saint Bernard Parish Government v. United States, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims found the U.S. government liable in a major takings case arising from property damage in Louisiana caused by Hurricane Katrina and other hurricanes.  1,117 more words

Regulatory Takings

The Horne Case and the Public Trust in Wildlife

Who could have imagined that the takings case of Horne v Department of Agriculture argued in the Supreme Court this past Wednesday might portend revival of the doctrine of public trust ownership of wildlife?  1,139 more words

Regulatory Takings