MOST RECENT ARGUMENTS
- Are we angry enough to do something yet?
- Okay, so maybe it wasn’t quite 44,510 . . .
- Thanks for dragging Beaumont through the mud again, Brent!
- Legally Speaking: Not your typical day in court
- Legally Speaking: Still more disorder in the court
- Legally Speaking: Free legal advice, from people who learned the hard way
Letters to the Editor
Reader's PollLoading ...
Tag CloudAct asbestos breach of contract Civil rights contract court death debt Discovery discrimination Eastern District of Texas employer Feb Galveston Galveston County District Court home Inc insurance Jefferson Jefferson County Jefferson County District Court judgment June law lawsuit Legal loss Man March Newsline Personal injury Personal Injury-motor vehicle plaintiff property Provost Umphrey Law Firm resident settlement state Texas trial vehicle water work wreck wrongful termination
NEWS WIDGETAttention bloggers:
Add Record Headlines to your site!fast + free- click here
Eminent domain Category Archives: Eminent domain
In a few weeks, an appeals court will hear arguments on whether a Beaumont judge erred by granting a foreign company’s petition to condemn land for the construction of a crude oil pipeline. In June 2011, TransCanada Keystone Pipeline filed … Read More
The Ninth Court of Appeals affirmed on Nov. 29 a ruling that denied summary judgment against TransCanada Keystone Pipeline – a foreign company armed with the power of eminent domain. TransCanada had filed a petition for condemnation against Rhinoceros Ventures … Read More
Local rice farmers and landowners breathed a collective sigh of relief on Friday, after the Texas Supreme Court denied a pipeline company’s second motion on rehearing in a case over its common carrier status.
Golden Triangle Properties is asking the courts to declare that Williams Field Services-Gulf Coast Co. does not have eminent domain powers in a proposed pipeline extension.
Texas Supreme Court reverses decisions two state agency permits; Removes Denbury Green Pipeline common carrier status
The Texas Supreme Court reversed the common carrier status of the Denbury Green Pipeline on Aug. 26.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ Appellate judges in Beaumont invested too much power in state agency permits in two cases the Supreme Court of Texas decided on Aug. 26.
Photo of construction on the Denbury Green pipeline from the company website.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ State Supreme Court justices will review Jefferson County District Judge Donald Floyd’s grant of eminent domain power to owners of a carbon dioxide pipeline.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ Public access to beaches on the Gulf of Mexico rolls with the tide but didn’t roll with Hurricane Rita, the Supreme Court of Texas decided on Nov. 5. Read More
MARSHALL-The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has filed a lawsuit asking the court for $25,000 to remove a structure that is encroaching on a flood control easement outside of Jefferson. The Corps of Engineers filed suit against Gary A. Eberhart, … Read More
SHERMAN-The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has filed a lawsuit against a wedding and special events venue on Lake Texoma for encroaching and trespassing on government land. The United States of America, on behalf of the Department of the Army … Read More
Local rice farmers and land owners cringed Thursday, Sept. 24, after an appellate court affirmed a lower court’s ruling granting a pipeline company common carrier status. After being granted the power of eminent domain, Denbury Green Pipeline-Texas sought and received … Read More