It is the general rule that “just compensation” is the fair market value of the property at the date of the taking, Matter of Board of Water Supply of City of New York, 277 NY 452 (1938); County of Erie v Fridenberg, 221 NY 389 (1917), and the fair market value is the price for which the property would sell if there was a willing buyer who was under no compulsion to buy and a willing seller who was under no compulsion to sell. Keator v State of New York,… read more
October 29, 2018
MUST A HIGHEST AND BEST USE BE FINANCIALLY FEASIBLE?
Posted in Financial Feasibility, Highest and Best Use