Reexamination of the Line Between Governmental Exercise of the Police Power and Eminent Domain
This paper reexamines the issue of where to draw the line between the governmental exercise of police powers, for which the government does not have to compensate the affected property owners, and eminent domain. Eminent domain involves restricting, denying, destroying, invading, or appropriating the use and value of private property, for which the property owner is entitled to compensation.
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