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" From this results the difference between the power of eminent domain and the police power, that the former recognizes a right to compensation, while the latter on principle does not. "
Land Use and Resource Conservation: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on ... - Page 126
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment - 1975 - 622 pages
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in ..., Volume 267

Illinois. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1915 - 734 pages
...which the property affected bears to the danger or evil which is to be provided against. * * * It may be said that the State takes property by eminent domain because it is useful to the public, ami under the police power because it is harmful," (Freund on Police Power, sec. 511,) or, as Justice...
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The Police Power, Public Policy and Constitutional Rights

Ernst Freund - Law - 1904 - 934 pages
...disregarding them, but because their free exercise is believed to be detrimental to public interests; it may be said that the state takes property by eminent domain because it is useful to the public, of the statutory compensation for works not been authorised by the damage done in the execution of...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 30

Medicine - 1910 - 560 pages
...them, but because their free exercise is believed to be detrimental to public interests, and it may be said that the state takes property by eminent domain...because it is useful to the public, and under the police power, because it is harmful, or, as •Read at Fourth Annual Meeting of Association of Utah...
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The Sanitary District of Chicago: History of Its Growth and Development as ...

Chicago Sanitary District - Chicago (Ill.) - 1919 - 280 pages
...which the property affected bears to the danger or evil which is to be provided against. * * * It may be said that the State takes property by eminent domain...because it is useful to the public, and under the police power because it is harmful,' or, as Justice Bradley has put it, because 'the property itself...
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Legal Definitions: A Collection of Words and Phrases as Applied ..., Volume 2

Law - 1920 - 904 pages
...relation which the property affected bears to the danger or evil which is to be provided against. It may be said that the State takes property by eminent domain because it IB useful to the public, and under the police power because it is harmful. The legislature may determine...
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Land-use Planning: A Casebook on the Use, Misuse, and Reuse of Urban Land

Charles Monroe Haar - City planning - 1959 - 840 pages
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Technical Bulletin, Issues 35-42

City planning - 1959 - 464 pages
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Land Use Controls: Public and Private Controls of Land ..., Volume 9, Issue 10

Land use - 1964 - 78 pages
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California Zoning Practice

Donald G. Hagman, John H. Larson, Charles R. Martin - Zoning law - 1969 - 616 pages
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