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Title XXXVI STATUTORY ACTIONS AND TORTS

Chapter 523 Condemnation Proceedings ^  !
523.001   Definitions. (8/28/2006)
523.010   Lands may be condemned, when — petition — parties — power of public utility ... (8/28/2012)
523.020   Different owners may be joined in one petition. (8/28/1939)
523.030   Summons, when to issue, how served — publication. (8/28/1957)
523.039   Just compensation for condemned property, amount. (8/28/2006)
523.040   Appointment of commissioners — duties — notice of property viewing. (8/28/2011)
523.045   Interest on awards payable when — enforcement. (8/28/1959)
523.050   Commissioners' report — notice of filing — review. (8/28/2005)
523.053   Distribution of condemnation awards among defendants. (8/28/1965)
523.055   Possession of land delivered, when, notice — writ of possession, executed how. (8/28/2006)
523.060   Right of trial by jury in condemnation proceedings — jury responsibility in ... (8/28/2006)
523.061   Determination of homestead taking and heritage value. (8/28/2006)
523.070   Costs, by whom paid. (8/28/1939)
523.080   Shall not enter or appropriate dwelling house. (8/28/1939)
523.090   Who may have damages ascertained — proceedings. (8/28/1939)
523.100   Appropriation of lands of corporations by other corporations. (8/28/1939)
RELOCATION ASSISTANCE
523.200   Definitions. (8/28/2006)
523.205   Relocation assistance given, when — definitions — relocation plans — ... (8/28/2006)
523.210   Agencies authorized to establish rules and regulations. (8/28/1971)
523.215   Not to affect other condemnation compensation. (8/28/1971)
PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS
523.250   Notice of intended acquisition — mailing requirements. (8/28/2006)
523.253   Written offer, requirements — explanation of determination of property value. (8/28/2006)
523.256   Good faith negotiation required, findings, remedies. (8/28/2006)
523.259   Abandonment of condemnation, remedies — applicability. (8/28/2006)
523.261   Legislative determinations of areas to be condemned to be supported by ... (8/28/2006)
523.262   Power of eminent domain limited, how — private entities to have power of ... (8/28/2006)
523.265   Alternative locations for condemnation, procedure. (8/28/2006)
523.271   Exercise of eminent domain over private property for economic development ... (8/28/2006)
523.274   Consideration of each parcel of property — time limit on commencement of ... (8/28/2006)
523.277   Office of ombudsman for property rights. (8/28/2006)
523.282   Blanket easements void, when — definitions. (8/28/2006)
523.283   Easement or right-of-way by certain entities fixed by use — definition — ... (8/28/2006)
523.286   Declaration of farmland as blighted prohibited — definition. (8/28/2006)
 - Cross References
Cities, condemnation procedure for public works, Chap. 88
Consequential damages arising from grading or regrading streets by city, how ascertained, 88.080 to 88.097
Private property not to be taken or damaged for public use without compensation — damages, how ascertained, Const. Art. I § 26
Property taken for private use, when — public use, how determined, Const. Art. I § 28
State, county or city may acquire excess lands when necessary, Const. Art. I § 27
Water companies, condemnation procedure, 393.020 to 393.100

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