Do I have the rights not to be force to sell my road to my property to a city agentcy?

In Selling Property - Asked by Ramon V. - Jul 18, 2010
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marcie s.
NASHVILLE, TN

Not really... the laws under eminent domain empower government agencies the power to acquire properties if for public use. See the link below for further information.
Marcie Sweet
Affiliate Broker
Keller Williams
615-596-2270

Jul 18, 2010
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Sam B.
Broker/Agent
Gahanna, OH

It depends. You should contact a lawyer about your issue.
Expertlaw.com states that "The government must also demonstrate that the taking of the property is for a public use, as defined by law. The property owner is given the opportunity to respond to the government's claims."
Getting proper, legal advise from a lawyer can help you best determine if you have a winning argument against the condemnation of your property.
Good Luck
Sam Brown
Real Estate Advisor
Peak Property Group, LLC.
614-595-0268

Jul 19, 2010
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