Posts Tagged: Sacramento Eminent Domain Law Firm

Kassouni Law Prevails in Court of Appeal; Published Descision Sets Precedent

Unanimous Court of Appeal Decision Rebuffs County of San Diego’s Attempt to Deny Owner State Constitutional Tax Benefits After Property is Taken by Eminent Domain In a published precedent setting decision handed down on July 18, 2014, the Court of Appeal held that a property owner is entitled to the full protection of Proposition 3… Read more »

Seizure of the Barries’ Colorado Dream Cabin Shows How Arbitrary and Nasty the Power of Eminent Domain Can Be

In 2011, Andy and Ceil Barrie bought their dream cabin in Colorado. They had previously been residents of Chicago, but with the kids off to college they purchased the century-old cabin with hopes of using it as empty-nesters. The cabin is in a beautiful location, nestled amongst the trees and slopes of the White River… Read more »

Property Reserve v. Superior Court: A Win for California Property Owners

In a pleasant surprise for property owners in California, the Third District Court of Appeal ruled last week in Property Reserve v Superior Court that the state must initiate eminent domain proceedings before it can drill and fill bore holes on private property. The issues in the case were fairly straightforward, but may have larger… Read more »