general damages in eminent domain

general damages in eminent domain
Properly, those damages which result from the taking of the property, including compensation for the property taken and injury to adjacent land of the condemnee. 26 Am J2d Em D § 159. In a very special sense of the term, damages common to the entire community through which or in which the project of condemnation is established. Lewisburg & Northern Railroad Co. v Hinds, 134 Tenn 293, 183 SW 985.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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