In Condemnation Action, New York State Supreme Court Addresses Valuation Issues of Wetlands
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In the Matter of Application of the City of New York Re Acquiring Title in Fee Simple (Lemon Creek/ Sandy Brook Staten Island Bluebelt System)
In a condemnation action the City of New York (city/condemnor) and Waringing, Ltd (claimant) disputed the value of vacant land, which included two streams leading into a bond and of one stream leading out from the pond.
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Topics) Land Use) Condemnation
Topics) Land Use) Wetlands
New York) New York City
New York Supreme Court
In Re the Mattr of Appliation of the City of New York Acquiring Title in Fee Simple to Staten Island Bluebelt System