Four New Jersey Bills Seek To Change How Government Condemns Real Estate, As U.S. Debate On Eminent Domain Continues

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On January 12, 2010, the New Jersey State Legislature introduced four bills that indicate an intention to change eminent domain practice in the state. These bills are anticipated to help eliminate issues that have accompanied real estate condemnation in New Jersey in the past decade.

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