Take a look into Tennessee's Eminent Domain Law, it's History, and a local overview of what this law has done and is doing in Nashville. Explore and learn about Tennessee's Largest Eminent Domain Case to how to prevent the Blight in your neighborhood.
The largest Tennessee "Eminent Domain" takeover actually began in the late 1930's and lasted close to forty years; it was the TVA's Reclamation Project, which ended up acquiring more than a million acres that encompassed a seven state region and that, of course, included Tennessee.
Eminent Domain Law has been used quite frequently over the years in Nashville and include plenty of urban renewal programs, razings and blighted properties that have changed the not only the view of Nashville but how locals view Music City USA today.
This Eminent Domain issue, happening over on Music Row is all over a parcel of land that's, get this, 1/5 of an acre. After eight years of trying to buy the property, a development firm has turned to MDHA in order that the MDHA can serve the property owners their Eminent domain notice and then sell the property back to the development company.
Find out what Eminent Domain Law is and how to protect yourself from an imminent takeover from this law that is being used more and more frequently in Nashville and all over the State of Tennessee in urban renewal programs and redevelopments.
The State of Tennessee updated their Tennessee Eminent Domain Law in 2006 although it's lack of clear definition has left it essentially too broad-based to protect a citizens property rights.
If I've overlooked your favorite local Nashville Domain Issue or if you need me to update, add to, or change it, please feel free to contact me