An inverse condemnation takes place when the application of a regulation: 1.) amounts to a practical confiscation, because a property cannot be used for any reasonable purpose; or 2.) wrongly infringes on the owner's reasonable expectation of use and enjoyment, so as to constitute a taking.
Fourteen Hundred Main Associates LLC v. O'Brien
January 28, 2013
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