Article 24, title 32 of state law establishes the rules for eminent domain in Indiana. Eminent domain describes the legal process for forcing a landowner to sell a property for public use development. If you are researching this subject, you may have received notice of an eminent domain action against your property or seen surveyors on or near your land.
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State law in Indiana calls for fair compensation for landowners deprived of their land for public works. The legal concept of eminent domain authorizes this process that essentially condemns a property or a portion of it. It then forces its owner to sell it for public use or development.