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Eminent Domain Law in Virginia, 5th Ed

Publication Year: 2017
Practice Area: Real Estate Law

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Description:

Eminent Domain Law in Virginia covers every aspect of eminent domain, both state and federal, including regulatory takings and inverse condemnation. It is oriented toward practice requirements, with in-depth treatment of pretrial and trial procedure and the key step of valuation, to ensure that the property owner received just compensation for any taking.

Editors:
Paul B. Terpak, Blankingship & Keith, P.C., Fairfax.
Paul B. Terpak, editor of this handbook and co-author of Chapter 6, is a shareholder and head of the Virginia Eminent Domain Group at Blanking-ship & Keith, P.C. His firm was ranked No. 1 in Virginia in Eminent Domain by Best Lawyers in America for several years, and Best Lawyers has named him Washington, D.C. Area Eminent Domain and Condemnation Law Law­yer of the Year for 2012, 2016, and 2018. Mr. Terpak has lectured and written about eminent domain on numerous occasions and served on the Virginia Code Commission Advisory Committee on the recodification of eminent domain law. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and its School of Law and is a past president of the Fairfax Bar Association and past chair of the Virginia State Bar Committee on Lawyer Discipline.

Authors:
Nancy C. Auth,Neil V. Birkhoff,John K. Burke,Francis A. Cherry,Michael J. Coughlin,Kevin F. X. DeTurris,L. Steven Emmert,Gifford R. Hampshire,Scott D. Helsel,Henry E. Howell,Brian G. Kunze,J. Scott Mersiowsky,Steven L. Micas

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Title and Copyright
 Chapters and Authors
 About the Editor and Authors
 Acknowledgment
 Dedication
 Electronic Forms: Instructions and Table
Chapter 1 - General Condemnation Procedure Under Title 25.1
Chapter 2 - Condemnation Procedure Under Title 33.2 As Exercised by the Commissioner of Highways
Chapter 3 - Federal Condemnation Procedure
Chapter 4 - Pretrial Practice and Procedure
Chapter 5 - Valuation
Chapter 6 - Trial
Chapter 7 - Condemnation Appeals in Virginia
Chapter 8 - Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies
Chapter 9 - Regulatory Takings
Chapter 10 - Tax Aspects of Condemnation Awards
 Table of Authorities
 Index