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Resisting Condemnation

If you want to resist a condemnation it can be the beginning of a lengthy process. Generally the condemning agency is mandatory to deposit with court what it considers to be the probable just compensation. You can ask the court for all or part of the deposit even before the case is over. The precise nature of the court proceedings depends upon whether you are contesting the taking itself, the amount of the offer, or both.

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