In This Issue:
- Utah Department of Transportation v. FPA West Point, et al., 2012 UT 79 (Utah Nov. 20, 2012)
- Utah Department of Transportation v. Admiral Beverage Corporation, et al., 275 P.3d 208 (Utah 2011)
- Exerpt from Utah Department of Transportation v. FPA West Point, et al.:
The Utah Supreme Court undid decades of protocol and adopted a minority approach to valuing multiple interests in a single piece of property when it ruled that each estate holder in a piece of property (fee owner, ground tenant, lender, etc.) was entitled to a separate determination of the value of their loss resulting from the condemnation of some or all of the property.
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Topics: Condemnation, Damages, Department of Transportation, Fair Market Value, Fifth Amendment, Just Compensation, Takings, Valuation
Published In: Civil Remedies Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Commercial Real Estate Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates
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