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    Stephon B. Bagne

    Senior Counsel, Clark Hill PLC

    Phone: (313) 965-8897

    Fax: (313) 309-6897

    Email: sbagne@clarkhill.com

    Website: Clark Hill Property Owner Condemnation Services

     

    Stephon B. Bagne’s expertise in representing property owners in condemnation cases is widely recognized. Stephon has represented all types of property owners in a variety of situations including vacant and improved property, partial and total takings, easement and fee acquisitions, involving commercial and residential properties. Stephon has successfully challenged the necessity of takings and negotiated less onerous acquisitions in partial taking matters. He regularly speaks and writes about eminent domain and other real estate law issues for a variety of professional organizations.

     

     

     

     

    Thursday
    May152014

    Article Published in Right of Way Magazine

    I publishing an article in the May/June edition of Right of Way Magazine titled Broad Rights of an Avigation Easement.

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    Monday
    Apr282014

    ITC ACTIVE IN TAYLOR

     ITC appraisers are contacting property owners in Taylor, demonstrating that good faith offer and lawsuits will soon follow.

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    Monday
    Apr282014

    ITC SERVING GOOD FAITH OFFERS IN OSHTEMO WEEDS LAKE PROJECT CASES

    ITC, through its subsidiary, Michigan Electric Transmission Company, LLC ("METC"), has submitted good faith offers as a prerequisite to filing condemnation lawsuits in the Oshtemo Weeds Lake project.

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    Monday
    Mar242014

    BEWARE OF THE SECRET USE OF HERBICIDES IN UTILITY CORRIDORS

    Utility companies interpret generic language allowing them to “destroy” or “control” vegetation to include the use of herbicides on private property.  However, neither the easements nor Michigan Law require the utility companies to provide actual notice to property owners about the use of herbicides.

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    Friday
    Mar142014

    United States Supreme Court Addresses Abandonment of Railroad Easements

    Underlying fee property owners and not the United States are entitled to the fee simple interest in an abandoned railroad easement.

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