Salt River Project v. Sanichara (2010) (Jury trial)

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SRP condemned a portion of land from Mr. Sanichara’s property for a high voltage overhead electric transmission line. SRP appraised the property taken for $75,000, but according to its appraisal, the remaining property was not damaged by the transmission line. Contrary to SRP’s position, we believed that SRP’s transmission line had damaged the remaining property. The jury agreed and found that the landowner was entitled to just compensation in the amount of $335,000. The court awarded statutory interest in addition to the jury award.

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