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Oklahoma State Wins Eminent Domain Case

December 10, 2009
 

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that Oklahoma State University was within its rights to use eminent domain to obtain the last piece of land needed to build a new athletic complex, the Associated Press reported. The case was remanded, however, for hearings on how much the university must pay two brothers who own the land, and who sued to block the use of eminent domain.

 

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