Is Right of Entry in Eminent Domain Procedure Law Unconstitutional?

, New York Law Journal

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In his Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, Michael Rikon, a partner of Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton, discusses whether New York's Eminent Domain Procedure Law §404, which allows a condemnor, when engaged in work connected to a proposed public project to enter upon any real property for the purpose of surveying and investigating and also for temporary occupancy during construction, is constitutional.

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