Eminent Domain is a legal concept that gives government entities the right to buy property or to create easements on private property, for the purpose of building or expanding public projects. Within Florida, state, county, and municipal government agencies may exercise eminent domain, as can certain utilities, school districts, and other agencies. Examples of such projects are roads and highways, railroads, or public buildings like schools. While in many cases, the property owners cannot stop the process and have no choice but to sell, they do retain certain rights. If you’ve received notice that your property will or may be affected by eminent domain, or you suspect that it may be in the future, read on for an overview of how the process works under and what rights you have throughout the process.
OSCEOLA PARKWAY EXTENSION
CARROLL STREET FROM JOHN YOUNG PARKWAY TO MICHIGAN AVENUE
HOAGLAND BOULEVARD FROM US 17/92 TO US 192
JACK BRACK ROAD