recoupment theory

recoupment theory
A theory sometimes applied in determining the amount of property subject to condemnation under the power of eminent domain, the theory being that if the public body is permitted to take somewhat more than that which is barely necessary for the improvement, it will be able to dispose of parts not needed at favorable prices, thereby recouping much of the cost of the improvement. Cincinnati v Vester (CA6 Ohio) 33 F2d 242, 68 ALR 831, affd 281 US 439 74 L Ed 950 50 S Ct 360.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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