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Neil C McCabe



The Constitution requires that the government pay just compensation when it takes private property for a public purpose by a process known as “eminent domain” or “condemnation.” The Constitution also may require the government to pay for “inverse condemnation,” a government’s physical intrusion onto a property, even by flooding, its refusal to allow development of property, or regulating property in such a way as to deny all beneficial use.

Mr. McCabe successfully represented a company in a multi-million-dollar claim against a Houston-area city that was refusing to allow development of land for low-income individuals to erect their own homes.


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