Whether you are considering buying or selling an irrigated farm, a cattle ranch, a top notched whitetail deer hunting tract, a cabin in the woods, a house on a lake, a duck or goose blind on the river, a bass fishing pond, or you are seeking an income producing investment property to diversify your portfolio, let the real estate agents at National Land Realty put a game plan together and set the wheels in motion to help you live your dream! National Land Realty is proud to be a participating real estate brokerage with Cabela's Trophy Properties — the same Cabela's name that sportsmen have trusted for over five decades. National Land Realty's association with Cabela's Trophy Properties provides them with an unparalleled marketing tool for listing and selling exceptional recreational property. … [Read more...] about National Land Realty
Iowa farm real estate
Others are concerned that most of the assistance funding will ultimately be directed to soybean, sorghum and pork farmers in the Midwest, home to many of President Trump’s political supporters, leaving just a small slice for California’s agriculture products. … [Read more...] about California farmers skeptical about Trump farm aid
Do you have information you want to share with HuffPost? Here’s how. … [Read more...] about Michael Avenatti Plans To Troll Trump In Real Time With A Dueling Rally
The Penn Central “ad-hoc” test is used to determine whether a regulatory taking, which does not amount to a per se taking could anyway be unconstitutional without compensation.[lxxxiv] The first factor in the balancing test is the character of the governmental action and extent of interference with property rights.[lxxxv] The second factor is the economic impact of the regulation.[lxxxvi] The third and final factor is the interference with reasonable investment-backed expectations.[lxxxvii] In applying these factors, the Penn Central Court found no regulatory taking by New York City’s Landmark Preservation Law. The Court reasoned that all properties deemed ‘landmarks’ were affected by the law, and therefore the petitioners were not unfairly burdened beyond others.[lxxxviii] Also, the Court held that the entire parcel of land as a whole was to be examined, and because the law only prohibited the petitioners from … [Read more...] about Will a Moratorium on Confined Animal Feeding Operations Ever Get Through the Indiana General Assembly?
Readers may recall that this isn’t the only startling interpretation advanced by the FTB. SeeCalifornia’s “Doing Business” Trap for Foreign LLCs With California Managers, Members Or Agents. Although the state has an interest in increasing revenue, it must do so fairly and with proper notice. Whatever the merits of the FTB’s interpretations, the FTB has failed to provide appropriate notice and comment as required by California’s Administrative Procedure Act. … [Read more...] about 60 Acres And A Lawsuit Challenging The FTB’s Interpretation of “Doing Business”