Design requires all or
a portion of property for the construction of the
Project design eliminates
access to or from an individual's real property.
Need for a temporary
right to cross the property during construction
of the project (temporary construction easement).
Need to relocate utility
service lines or facility outside of the project
area (utility relocation).
Need to purchase or build
a replacement structure for an occupant being displaced
by the project (relocation assistance).
Owners want to privately
develop their own property and the local jurisdiction
requires some part of the property be dedicated
for future right of way.
Owner wants to assist
the local jurisdiction by providing property for
the public project and is willing to do so for little
or no payment (donation).
requires the investigation of possible native american
burial sites, hazardous wastes, endangered animals
on private property (permit).
Need to construct driveways
or other approaches onto the property of adjoining
owners (permit to enter).
Need to investigate and
or remove hazardous materials and waste.
Operating railroad facility
needs to be moved or crossed or modified.
Need to enter onto property
for a limited period of time (right of entry).
Project as determined
by a court ruling only after an occupant filed an
inverse condemnation or a relocation assistance