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Rachele Ketchem

Can being rezoned to some fake environmental issue like tiger salamander count as prior damage to the property's value? I found somewhere that the govnernment doesn't have to pay the property owner a dime, and can leave them with the balance of their mortgage if it has salamnders, fairy shrimp, or any what they deem as endangered plants. Can the property owner sue for larceny?

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In every property deal, there are certain privileges that are maintained by the customer. The privileges of a customer should be described by the property broker or a property lawyer before any agreements are finalized.

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