|Production Date:||August 23 2011|
In order to successfully represent clients whose property has been condemned by the Florida State government under its eminent domain power, it is necessary to obtain a thorough understanding of this controversial area of property law. In Part 1 of this detailed and comprehensive introductory program, attorney and eminent domain expert Harold Lassman sheds light on the authority for and limitations on the government’s seizure power. Mr. Lassman walks viewers through the process of initiating a condemnation suit and explains the Doctrine of Public Purpose. Additionally, he shares preparation tips and tactics for order of hearing trials, and provides viewers with two helpful principals for selecting a jury in an eminent domain case. This course is a must see for any Florida attorney seeking guidance on how to defend their clients after their properties have been seized or condemned by the government.
I. What is Eminent Domain?
II. Authority For and Limitations on Eminent Domain
III. Initiating Condemnation Suit
IV. Public Purpose Doctrine
V. Answer, Affirmative Defenses, and Counterclaims
VI. Order of Taking Hearings
VII. Trial Preparation & Jury Selection
Edward (Maitland, FL)
Gregory (Naples, FL)
good pace for novices
Steven (Royal Oak, MI)
Isaac (Katy, TX)
Very experienced lecturer
Randall (West Palm Beach, FL)
I liked the story about the man who got contempt for tucking in his shirt. That added some spice to a presentation that was already interesting. Also the information about a photograph to illustrate the theme, was very useful. Thanks.
michael (Destin, FL)
Gave some good pointers; presented information very well.
STEPHEN (CORAL GABLES, FL)
Beyond the best!! Really knows the subject. Appreciated the lecture!!
Brenda (Coral Gables, FL)
This website was very informative
George (Santa Barbara, CA)
W. Rainer (Osprey, FL)
Melvin Duane (Wichita, KS)
Lucia (Miami, FL)
Very knowledgeable presenter.
george (St. Petersburg, FL)
Good course. Experience and knowledge shows, gives confidence.