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inverse condemnation

noun in·verse condemnation \ˈin-ˌvərs-\

Legal Definition of inverse condemnation

  1. :  an action brought against the government by a landowner to obtain just compensation for a taking of property effected without a formal exercise of eminent domain; also :  the taking alleged in such an action

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a trip made at another's expense

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