How is my property protected after mediation or trial?

Well, this is a very important stage of a case. You can have a great result but if the agreement or the final judgment is not properly written the government may renege on promises that it made during the settlement process. That your rights can be protected into the future by simply correctly writing the settlement agreement, the final judgment. The final judgment can actually be recorded in a circuit court, and it will not only protect you but it can protect potential future landowners. Your heirs or whomever you may sell the property to. A simple example of this is the government may agree to construct a certain size driveway at a certain location, and later come back and remove that drive way. If you’ve specified in your agreement, your final judgment, the size and location of the driveway, if the government takes it away, you’ll have an opportunity to seek additional damages.


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