A fundamental precept of American law is the authority of the government to regulate the conduct of individuals in the use and management of their property.
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Property Reserve, Inc. v. Superior Court: When a Governmental Entry to Test and Inspect Private Property May Not be a “Taking”
A recent decision by the California Supreme Court articulates the roughly four ways the government can legally enter onto or take private property.
Courts are Without Power to Terminate Express Easements Based Upon Finding Them “Unnecessary” ─ Cottonwood Reins in Scruby
Trial court does not have the power to extinguish an expressly granted easement merely because in the judge’s opinion.