Minent Domain and the Taking of Private Land by Governmental Entity

FORMAT:

I PREFER A WRITER WITH A LAW DEGREE OR SIMILAR TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE.
25 pages, double spaced, 1 inch margins, 14-point times new roman font
All citations must be made via single-spaced footnotes
BLUEBOOK CITING IS REQUIRED IN FOOTNOTES

TOPIC DESCRIPTION (4 PARTS):

“1. Discuss the rights of citizens in Florida under the Florida Constitution when their property is taken by a governmental entity, and explain why and how the property owner is entitled to be made whole. In doing so, distinguish when property is taken by police power, and when it is taken by eminent domain.

2. Explain the procedure of eminent domain condemnation proceedings, specifically citing Chapter 73 of the Florida Statutes.

3. Further, compare the rights of Florida citizens having their property taken when their property is condemned by eminent domain with rights of citizens of other jurisdictions, specifically by the federal government, and the State of Connecticut. In what ways do Florida citizens have more rights?

4. Finally, discuss the constitutionality of the State of Florida taking property for privately operated toll roads. Cite the case law below and any other pertinent law or statutes.

Any additional materials should be used and cited, but the following materials MUST be discussed, cited, and analyzed as part of the discussion***:

Dade County v. Brigham, 47 So.2d 602 (Fla. 1956)
Dept. of Agriculture v. Bonanno, 568 So.2d 24 (Fla. 1990)
Weaver Oil Co. v. City of Tallahassee, 647 So.2d 819 (Fla. 1994)
Kelo v. City of New London, 545 U.S. 469 (2005)
Olson v. United States, 292 U.S. 246 (1934)
Article X, Section 6 of the Florida Constitution
Police Power under the Florida Constitution
Chapter 73 of the Florida Statutes
The Takings Clauseof the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution

***I will upload all of these cases and materials for your convenience.