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zann725 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-06-06 09:34 AM
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33. I wonder if "eminent domain" law could be stopped by "incorporating" and
making the house (personal) corporate property?

Also, do the states where "homesteading" laws apply, protect people in those states from such possible one-day buy-out/eviction by gov't. "developments"?

Clearly the elderly and poor are the ones most often targeted (since legally they cannot afford to "fight" to keep their house)...and also because they generally have less legal "clout."

This is particularly cruel to the elderly, who just want to live out their few remaining years in a house they've had for decades, and rightfully SHOULD remain as-is.
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