Publication Topics Archives: Partial taking

A Partial Taking: Major Damages to Remainder Are Not Automatic

By M. Robert Goldstein & Michael Rikon

December 24, 2008

When the condemnor undertakes a partial taking, damages are generally computed by determining the fair market value of the property before the taking as compared to the fair market value after the taking. However, remainder damages may be awarded when a partial taking causes a consequential loss to the remaining property. This article explains the appraisal process applicable to such a case.

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Partial Takings

By M. Robert Goldstein & Michael J. Goldstein

December 23, 1998

This article offers an overview of valuation concepts in partial taking scenarios, including damage to the remainder which can defined as either severance damages or consequential damages that occur by virtue of the planned improvement for which the property was taken.

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