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No Inverse Condemnation for Leasehold (access required)

Although a billboard advertising company says its leasehold on land that has been purchased after condemnation by the Roanoke Redevelopment & Housing Authority has been damaged because the Authority is more likely to terminate its leasehold than would a private owner, the Roanoke City Circuit Court rejects the company’s suit for inverse condemnation. On Nov. 28, ...

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