Condemnation and Tax Certiorari

Partial Takings and the Permanent Easement: Underline the Word 'Permanent'

, New York Law Journal

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Condemnation and Tax Certiorari columnist Michael Rikon writes that a partial taking is a frequent occurrence in street widenings or takings for sewer, electrical or gas lines. Partial takings are more complicated than full takings—not only are we concerned with the value of the part taken, we must also look into whether or not the part not taken has had its value affected negatively.

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