This article is written from the New York State perspective. There are factors in play in New York which are very different from the remainder of the country. First, Kelo v City of New London, 545 US 469 (2005) hardly presented a shock to the New York condemnation bar. New York’s law was always, and still is, decidedly slanted towards condemnors. Secondly, redevelopment never stopped. There was never any recession impact on redevelopment. Authorizing and Challenging the Condemnation Article 2 of New York’s Eminent Domain Procedure Law sets forth… read more
January 27, 2020
REDEVELOPMENT: HOW DOES AN OWNER STAND ITS GROUND?
Posted in Contesting a Taking, Redevelopment, Uncategorized