Is the government trying to steal your home through eminent domain?

Legally, eminent domain projects allow the government to take land only for a “public use,” such as a post office or road.

But when the government tries to take your property for use by a private person or an organization that is a violation of the U.S. Constitution.

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Is your local, state, or federal government currently attempting to seize your property through eminent domain?

We are interested in speaking with property owners who are at risk of having their property taken through an illegal application of eminent domain, such as seizing your home so a developer can build a business or transferring your private property to a company to build a parking lot.

The Institute for Justice has tried 14 cases to stop the government from taking property, including the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Kelo v. New London.

If you think your eminent domain case may fall into this category of an unconstitutional taking, then we want to hear from you to determine whether there is anything we can do to help you. Please fill out the form above to share your story.

The Institute for Justice is a non-profit, public interest law firm dedicated to upholding Americans’ constitutional rights. The Institute represents all its clients for free.