More on Discovery of Prior Appraisals—'Lerner v. State'

, New York Law Journal

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In his Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, Michael Rikon, a partner of Goldstein Rikon Rikon & Houghton, reviews a recent Third Department decision that highlights a situation where the state files the lower of two appraisals of property that was being taken and claims privilege in the higher one, despite the property owner having received the full value of the higher appraisal as an advance payment, as required by Eminent Domain Procedure Law.

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