the principle that a government must respect all of an individual's legal rights instead of just some or most of them when the government deprives a person of life, liberty, or property.
the right of government to take private property for public use
fair market value
What a willing buyer is willing to pay, and a willing seller is willing to accept, with neither of them under duress and the property has been on the market for sufficient time to verity its value.
a person's idea or invention that is given special ownership protections
what a property owner is entitled to if the government takes the property pursuant to eminent domain
Don't take over entire property
Inherent powers of state governments to pass laws to protect the public health, safety, and welfare; the national government has no directly granted police powers but accomplishes the same goals through other delegated powers.
The Government doesn't take your property, but the government regulates it in such a way that it deprives the property from them.
term used to describe the government action of taking private property for permanent public purposes