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Richmond. eminent domain to seize and restructure underwater mortgages to prevent foreclosures. The deeply divided council remains one vote short of the five-vote supermajority it needs to invoke.
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City Council Votes in Richmond, CA, Mortgage Eminent Domain. – After a seven-hour meeting that dragged into early Wednesday morning, the Richmond City Council voted 4-to-3 to continue pursuing its plan to condemn underwater mortgages using the city’s eminent domain power. The development is just the latest in an ongoing and high-stakes dispute over a novel property law argument.
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Richmond’s City Council voted 4-3 early Wednesday morning to continue exploring the use of eminent domain for underwater mortgages, after a lengthy and contentious meeting packed with residents.
Those cities, scattered in states from New Jersey to Washington, have watched as the controversial proposal has threatened. in other states.” Richmond has not yet tried to use eminent domain. The.
RICHMOND – The city’s quest to become the first in the nation to seize underwater mortgages through eminent domain will likely rest on the ability of backers to sway one councilman whose.
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The proposal is contained in a May 23 letter from Carfley to the city solicitor. That’s unreasonably high, city officials.
Going late into the evening, the Richmond City Council eventually voted 4-2 to set up new guidelines for the anti-foreclosure project. Richmond’s Eminent Domain Plan Moves Another Step Forward