The concept of “public purpose” in Eminent Domain
Eminent Domain is a useful tool for government to employ to achieve identified public purpose. Explain the concept of “public purpose” and how this concept was qualified and defined by the Supreme Court in the following cases: Berman v. Parker, Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff and Kelo v. City of New London. 6. There are four primary types of land use decisions: legislative, quasi-judicial, advisory and administrative. Explain the essential elements of each decision, including who typically employs them, what they generally address and how these decisions may be appealed.