It happens: The Federal Government takes private property but fails to pay just compensation. Although government has the right of eminent domain, just compensation must be paid to property owners.
So what do you do when the Government takes private property but fails to pay what you are constitutionally entitled to receive? Our infographic concisely spells out your property rights and what you can do in the face of a federal taking, including initiating an inverse condemnation. Click the infographic below to see the full version, and feel free to share!
For more information on federal takings, read our Takings Law Primer and our Federal Takings FAQs. Or, contact Nancie Marzulla or Roger Marzulla.