As Justice Thomas A. Dickerson stated, in Matter of Irvington v Sokolik, 13 Misc3d 1220 [Sup. Ct. West 2006], “a condemnation proceeding is not a private litigation. There is a constitutional mandate upon the court to give just and fair compensation for property taken. This means just to the claimant and just to the people who are required to pay for it.” Yaphank Development Co., Inc. v County of Suffolk, 203 AD2d 280, 609 NYS2d 346 [2d Dept 1994]. Notwithstanding the requirement of just compensation, Condemnors have consistently made low… read more
January 4, 2016
2015 – Another Successful Year for Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton, P.C.
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