Eminent Domain and Condemnation in Texas

February 4  |  2:30 p.m. CST


Please join Shareholder Shae Keefe on February 4 at 2:30 p.m. CST as she takes part in a discussion with Hon. Linda Holman, Colorado County District Clerk on condemnation at the Virtual County and District Clerks' Association of Texas Winter Conference. The presentation will focus on the condemnation process in Texas as outlined in Texas Property Code Chapter 21-Eminent Domain. We will discuss the specifics of a condemnation action, including both the administrative phase and the subsequent litigation phase, and focus on the role of the county and district clerks. The presentation will address the bona fide offer process, the filing of condemnation petitions, the appointment of special commissioners, their hearings and the procedure for perfecting possession after the special commissioners' award, as well as the potential subsequent litigation phase. The presentation will outline the proper venue for condemnation proceedings in the various counties across Texas and the important role that county and district clerks have in condemnation proceedings. Learn more.

What: Eminent Domain and Condemnation in Texas, hosted by County and District Clerks' Association of Texas Winter Conference
When: February 4, 2021 | 2:30 P.M. CST
Where: Virtual – Link with Registration
How much: $225

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