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Fourth District Court Confirms Date of Deposit as Valuation Date in Eminent Domain Proceeding for Water Pipeline Easement
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Eastern Municipal Water District v. Superior Court of Riverside County (Tajik),
In a ruling that allowed a water district to maintain an earlier date of value based on its deposit of probable just compensation in a “quick take” proceeding, the Fourth Appellate District determined that deposit of an inadequate amount of probable just compensation does not change the applicability of statutory provisions for determining the date of value.
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