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Appeals Court: Renters lack right to compensation in eminent domain (access required)

Renters don't have the same rights to compensation as landowners when the government takes property through eminent domain, at least not unless their leasing contracts specifically address the seldom-used property-seizing tool, according to the Arizona Court of Appeals. In an opinion released May 26, the Division II Court of Appeals reaffirmed a trial court's conclusion that ...

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