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Real Estate – Inverse Condemnation – Storm Water Retention – School Property (access required)

Property owners who allege damage to their property from a county school board’s construction of a “storm water retention basin” that allowed polluted storm water to be discharged onto plaintiffs’ property and into their pond, are entitled to damages for the “taking” of their property and an injunction, says a Norfolk Circuit Court. There can be ...

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