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Michael Rikon

There are three ways that property can be taken requiring the payment of just compensation pursuant to the Fifth Amendment. The first is a “de jure” taking, which in New York follows the filing of a petition to condemn in State Supreme Court, or when the State “appropriates” property by filing of an appropriation map in the County Clerk’s office, which will result in a claim in the Court of Claims. These are the normal, or de jure condemnation proceedings with which we are familiar. But, a taking can also happen in two other ways. The second is by an “inverse” taking. The third is by a “de facto” taking.

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