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Real Estate – Inverse Condemnation – Street Closings – Business Access (access required)

A property owner and business operator on the property state a claim for inverse condemnation under the Virginia Constitution for the city of Norfolk’s four-month closure of Duke Street for construction or repair of public utilities that prevented reasonable access to the property, but they do not state an inverse condemnation claim for additional street ...

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