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Plaintiff Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) appeals from the August 5, 2016 dismissal of its complaint for condemnation of a residential property in the city of Atlantic City owned by defendants Charles and Lucinda Birnbaum. The CRDA sought to condemn the Birnbaum property in furtherance of its mandate to promote tourism in Atlantic City. The property is located in the Atlantic.
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In Casino Reinvestment Development Authority v.. Defending Charlie Birnbaum is part of the Institute for Justice’s commitment to strategic litigation that will help restore judicial protection for private property rights. The U.S. and every state constitution include property rights because they are the foundation of our independence as responsible citizens. Indeed, for most Americans.
A case that I found interesting in New Jersey involving eminent domain, happened in Atlantic City on May 2014 concerning a resident, Mr. Charlie Birnbaum who owns property near the Revel Casino. The property in question is a three story house in oriental Avenue that has been owned by his family for the past forty years. The New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) wants the.
The Act created the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (“CRDA”) to accelerate development and to provide a focus for reinvestment by the casinos. N.J.S.A. 5:12-153. The CRDA “was charged to maintain public confidence in the casino gambling industry as a unique tool of urban development for Atlantic City; to directly facilitate the redevelopment of existing blighted areas; and to.
Birnbaum isn’t going down without a fight against the CRDA. Since 2012, there have been numerous court hearings between Birnbaum and the CRDA. In November 2014, the first ruling stated that the.