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Kelo v. City of New London February 22, 2005 Omar Zacatzontetl Period 1
Using the eminent domain, the land is transferred from one owner to new owner that will be used to benefit the economy by building factories or a mall.
This involves the Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment. The previous owner receives a fair compensation for giving their property to the development project.
The new property owner may fail to receive financing to work on the project to provide economic growth to the community will remain as an empty lot.
The citizens were not favorable to this public work and it violates their property rights and there was a misinterpretation of the 5th Amendment.
In 2006, President George W. Bush issued an executive order for the Federal Government to limit the use of eminent domain. However, it may have little effect because this is mostly practiced by local and state governments.
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