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When can government "take" private property for a "public purpose?" Can private property owners obtain restitution for partial takings and business damages? This manual is a comprehensive treatment of current legal practice, including detailed review of proceedings from both the condemnor's and condemnee's perspective.
The new edition contains revised statutes and rules, and updated case law addressing, inter alia,
<ul><li>NEWLY REVAMPED PUBLICATION with ALL NEW authors and Steering Committee.</li><ul><li>New Chapter 15 — Florida Boating Law</li><li>New Chapter 18 — Maritime Security Law</li><li>New Chapter 19 — Sales of Vessels</li></ul><li>Updated case law, statutes, rules, and regulations. </li><li>Discussion of hot topics including:</li><ul><li>The 2013 United States Supreme Court opinion addressing the question of what constitutes a “vessel.” See Lozman v. City of Riviera Beach, 133 S.Ct. 735, 184 L.Ed.2d 604 (2013).</li><li>In depth discussion and analysis of the historic divide between courts over the 2011 amendments to the Removal Statute (28 U.S.C. §1441).</li><li>The 2014 Eleventh Circuit court opinion establishing a cause of action for respondeat superior liability against a cruise liner for the medical negligence of a ship physician. See Franza v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., 772 F.3d 1225 (11th Cir. 2014).</li><li>2016 York-Antwerp Rules.</li><li>2009 American Institute Hull Clauses.</li><li>The 2015 reaffirmation of the application of the federal marine-insurance doctrine of uberrimae fidei as an “entrenched admiralty rule.” See AIG Centennial Insurance Co. v. O’Neil, 782 F.3d 1296 (11th Cir. 2015); Catlin (Syndicate 2003) at Lloyd’s v. San Juan Towing & Marine Services, Inc., 778 F.3d 69 (1st Cir. 2015).</li><li>The new Insurance Act of 2015.</li><li>Discussion and analysis of the 2016 Florida Legislature’s amendment to F.S. 327.33(2) regarding careless boating.</li></ul></ul>
Revised forms are also included.
publisher: LexisNexis; 10 edition (May 5, 2017)
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