Government cannot use bait-and-switch tactics to take private property.

Government can’t unilaterally change the terms of a public access agreement with private property owners to take more of their property than what was agreed to. Nor can government agencies contort procedural rules law to get away with taking private property without paying just compensation.

To Our Donors

As with any other type of legal dispute, courts must treat property owners and the government as equals and hear both sides of a case. Your support for PLF empowered Wil Wilkins to take his case to the Supreme Court to end the government’s longstanding procedural abuses that prevent property owners from getting their rightful day in court. Thank you!


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