Eminent domain is the power of the government to condemn private property for a public use, subject to payment of just compensation. The process in Arizona is driven primarily by statute. Therefore, while eminent domain attorneys are familiar with the… More
Condemnation cases, like other types of litigation, almost always settle rather than go to trial. Mediation is used frequently as the vehicle for settlement discussions. So, what is mediation, why is it useful and how does it work?
Access – the ability to get to one’s property from a public road – is a vital part of property ownership and often impacted by the actions of government. If access is restricted or completely eliminated, that loss can have… More
What is “Eminent Domain?” Eminent domain is the legal term for the government’s power to condemn private property and use it for the public good. Entities with the authority to condemn include the state, counties, cities, towns and utilities. When… More