Eminent Domain Procedure in New York
Created on July 22, 2016
You or your client have just been advised that your property is going to be acquired pursuant to eminent domain. Now what?
Eminent Domain proceedings can be highly complex and intimidating for property owners and attorneys. The process by which the government acquires property is proscribed by the Eminent Domain Procedure Law, wherein there are mechanisms in place to ensure that the condemning authority is acting with their authority and that property owners are awarded just compensation.
This course, presented by Michael Rikon, President and Shareholder, Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton, is a comprehensive overview of eminent domain. The course presents a thorough analysis of the timeline of an eminent domain proceeding from acquisition through valuation. Additionally, it addresses the different methods to value real estate and trade fixtures and offers practical assistance when facing special valuation problems.
- Identify skills, substantive law, procedure and ethics with respect to the valuation of property in an eminent domain proceeding
- Gain practical insight and guidance with initial case planning, working with appraisers, and developing your case
- Understand core principles and property valuation concepts
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