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Court clarifies how to determine ‘heritage value’ in condemnations

Missouri Eastern District Court of Appeals in the renovated Old Post Office in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.  KAREN ELSHOUT/photo

In a case of first impression, the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District has clarified how a judge may award “heritage value,” or the amount of special damages owed to a landowner who in a condemnation loses land that has been in his or her family for a half-century or more.

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Rams cases may head to possible arbitration

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A dispute involving the departure of the Rams from St. Louis could be headed to arbitration after all. The Missouri Supreme Court on Jan. 29 ordered the Court of Appeals Eastern District to reconsider two rulings last year that allowed disputes to remain in circuit court despite claims from the defendants that they should be arbitrated.

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