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Real Estate

11 May 2018
Anthony B Cavender Alleged government inaction did not amount to inverse condemnation and compensable taking

USA - Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently reversed the US Court of Federal Claims decision that a constitutional compensable taking had occurred with respect to the owners of real property which had been damaged as a result of Hurricane Katrina and other recent hurricanes. This ruling could affect many thousands of Texas and Southeastern United States claims that are being filed in the court of claims in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Author: Anthony B Cavender
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