New York provides a procedure exclusively for acts of eminent domain. The procedure is set forth in New York’s Eminent Domain Procedure Law (EDPL).

The EDPL provides jurisdiction to not only acquire property by eminent domain and determine just compensation, EDPL §501, but also the exclusive procedure to challenge a proposed condemnation, EDPL §208. Jurisdiction is either in the Court of Claims for state takings, EDPL §501(A), or Supreme Court for all other eminent domain takings, EDPL §501(B).

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