NFIB Supports Fair Compensation In Eminent Domain Case In Ohio

Date: March 04, 2014

This week the NFIB Small Business Legal Center filed an amicus brief (friend of the court brief) in the case of Westerville V. Taylor.  The case will help to decide the fair compensation a property owner should receive when a property value is impacted visually through eminent domain.

In this case the owner’s property value is diminished for future usage due to the visibility of the property, and the building contained, through a public beautification project. This is a case that will set a precedence going forward.  NFIB is proud to continue to support the rights of business and property owners.

The release can be viewed below:

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