Legal experts are warning CRE property owners they need to prepare for an onslaught of eminent domain land seizures by government entities initiating projects funded by the $1.2-trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act signed into law by President Biden in November. 

“The (Infrastructure) Act will undoubtedly lead to a significant increase in eminent domain activity to acquire the property rights necessary to implement new infrastructure projects. Many businesses are not ready (for this),” the National Law Review said in a recent report.


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