CFC Rules That Date of Taking is When Government Sells Cattle, Not Impounds Them

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In Martinez v. United States, the plaintiff claimed a taking by the federal government of his cattle when the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture sold several hundred head after seizing them for allegedly trespassing on federal land.

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Topics:  Cattle, Statute of Limitations, Takings

Published In: Constitutional Law Updates

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