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Croix County has essentially taken their land through strict shoreline development and conservation rules and should pay just compensation for that loss under the Fifth Amendment.If you need to cancel you may be eligible for a refund or event rain check, based on our cancellation policy, provided you contact us before the event day.Upon successful registration we will email you a confirmation with the event details.John Groen, executive vice president and general counsel of the Pacific Legal Foundation, which took the Murrs' case for free and got the Supreme Court to hear it, called the decision unfortunate for all property owners.“We are disappointed that the court did not recognize the fundamental unfairness to the Murrs of having their separate properties combined, simply to avoid the protection of the Takings Clause," Groen said.Donna Murr said her family was disappointed but had no regrets and hoped others would learn from the ruling and "not take their property rights for granted."The decision did not provide the clear guidance many in the development industry had hoped."The court declined to develop a 'bright line' test or even a presumption as to what constitutes the 'property' for purposes of a regulatory taking decision," said Janet Johnson, a veteran property lawyer at Schiff Hardin in Chicago.
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