Eminent Domain - Part 4 of 4: Settlement or Trial? By Jeff L. Todd


This Article first appeared in Oklahoma Farm Bureau Legal Foundation, March 27, 2008.

In the vast majority of condemnation cases, the condemning authority has the undisputed right to take the target property and the issue for determination is the “just compensation” due as a result of the taking. Ultimately, the decision to settle or take the case to trial will have to be made by the landowner. This decision should not be taken lightly. Rather, numerous factors must be weighed in order to make the right choice.

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