What is Eminent Domain and How is it Used in Arkansas?

July 30, 2014
Eminent Domain is the power of the government (or entities authorized by the government) to take privately owned land for a public purpose. The term "Eminent Domain" refers to the actual governmental "power" to acquire property, while a Condemnation is the legal process by which legal title to the property is acquired. Often the terms are used interchangeably.

Attorneys that Help Landowners Facing Eminent Domain

July 18, 2014
If you are an Arkansas property owner facing condemnation, you should take action immediately to protect your legal rights. Any delay to contact an experienced eminent domain lawyer could negatively impact your claim.

Eminent Domain Lawyers Moffitt & Phillips accepting clients affected by new Entergy transmission line located in Garland and Hot Springs counties.

January 31, 2014
Arkansas Eminent Domain Attorneys Moffitt & Phillips are representing clients affected by the new Entergy transmission line located in Garland and Hot Springs counties. This project is identified with the Arkansas Public Service Commission by Docket Number 13-056-U. Entergy proposes to construct and operate a new, approximately 17-mile, 115 kV transmission line, between the existing Hot Springs Milton Substation and the Carpenter Dam Substation.

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