Civil Engineers and Eminent Domain Analytical Essay by ResearchRiter

Civil Engineers and Eminent Domain
A discussion of civil engineers in eminent domain advocacy.
# 122162 | 1,000 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Engineering (Civil and Environment) , Law (Administrative) , Law (Property)


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This paper looks at the role of civil engineers as advocates for public entities to use eminent domain for economic development. Additionally, it looks at the requirements for eminent domain, the role of civil engineers, and the role of advocates.

From the Paper:

"Eminent domain is the right of the government to buy property from private owners at a price they determine to be fair market value and turn it over to local governments for the building of public conveniences such as roads, schools etc. and to seize property which is run-down and demolish and replace it with higher quality buildings to improve the deteriorated areas of towns and cities. Recently this has been extended to allow them to seize property that is not run down and hand it over..."

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