Utility Construction Projects

Condemnation Arkansas


The purpose of this guide is to provide a general overview of the eminent domain process with respect to a proposed utility project. This summary is intended to be just one of several means of providing property owners with the information they need to understand the process and to make well-informed decisions. We recommend that each property owner faced with the possibility of eminent domain in conjunction with an utility project, consult an eminent domain attorney to discuss the specific facts related to your case.


How does the condemnation process work?

Should I be doing anything before my property is condemned?

How is the property appraised?

Do I pay taxes on my award?



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