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CALIFORNIA EMINENT DOMAIN LAW BLOG

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The information contained herein is of a general nature and is accordingly for general informational purposes only. This weblog is intended to convey information concerning the availability of California Eminent Domain Law Group, APC’s (“CEDLG”) legal services. It does not constitute legal advice and may not be relied upon for that purpose. Nor does dissemination of the information contained herein create an attorney client relationship between CEDLG and any person or entity.

Unless and until CEDLG has agreed in writing to represent you, no attorney client relationship will exist and no communications between you and CEDLG will be confidential. Information transmitted electronically may not be secure and may be viewed by other parties. CEDLG may represent parties adverse to your interests, and until such time as a full conflict check is conducted and approved by CEDLG, no communications can be held in confidence. As such, please do not transmit any information you wish to remain confidential until such time as a written retainer agreement has been signed by all parties.

California law changes periodically and the information contained herein may not be up to date. Each case differs and must be evaluated on its own merits. You should not rely on the content of this weblog as a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a licensed attorney. Experienced eminent domain counsel should be consulted before taking any action with respect to a pending or threatened eminent domain proceeding.

CEDLG practices law in the State of California only. As such, response will be made only to inquiries from California residents or owners of California properties or businesses. Our free California Eminent Domain Handbook is available only to California property and business owners who complete the submittal form (on our website) according to the identity of the government agency excercising or threatening to exercise the power of eminent domain.

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