Sunday, November 25, 2012

China's Eminent Domain laws are stronger than Americas?


 
(from Reuters (member of corrupt media))
A car stops beside a house in the middle of a newly built road in Wenling, Zhejiang province, China, November 22, 2012. An elderly couple refused to sign an agreement to allow their house to be demolished. They say that compensation offered is not enough to cover rebuilding costs, according to local media. Their house is the only building left standing on a road which is paved through their village. REUTERS/China Daily

(from Ninety Miles (not a member of corrupt media))
So it seems China has stronger Eminent Domain laws than the U.S.?  Currently if a company wants to build condominiums on your property, a city can deem this an economic benefit and use Eminent Domain, yes for a private company and China can't use Eminent Domain to build a road?  We need to start firing Government in the U.S.

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