Rindge Company v. Los Angeles County
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|United States Supreme Court held that a county government could use its power of eminent domain to take land from a private landowner to build a scenic highway. — Excerpted from Rindge Co. v. County of Los Angeles on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Rindge Co. v. County of Los Angeles, 262 U.S. 700 (1923), was a case in which the|
United States Supreme Court
RINDGE COMPANY v. LOS ANGELES COUNTY RINDGE COMPANY
Argued: April 26, 1923. --- Decided: June 11, 1923
Messrs. Edward Stafford, of Washington, D. C., and Nathan Newby and J. A. Anderson, both of Los Angeles, Cal., for plaintiffs in error.
Mr. Paul Vallee, of Los Angeles, Cal., for defendant in error.
Mr. Justice SANFORD delivered the opinion of the Court.
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