Adams v. Housing Authority City Daytona Beach Et Al.
1952.FL.40718; 60 SO. 2D 663
En Banc. Supreme Court of Florida
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Acting under the authority of Chapter 23077, Acts of 1945, now Section 421.08 note, F.S.A. and amendments thereto, the appellees authorized and undertook a redevelopment project for the purpose of clearing a blighted area by acquiring by purchase or eminent domain real estate of the blighted area and to make it available for sale or lease to private enterprises. Appellant, the owner of some of the land in the blighted area and an affected taxpayer of the City of Daytona Beach, instituted this suit by bill in equity to restrain or enjoin the appellees from acquiring the land in question by eminent domain or purchase and to adjudicate the constitutionality of Chapter 23077, Acts of 1945, and the amendments thereto. At final hearing before the Chancellor, at which testimony was taken by the Chancellor, he denied application for injunctive relief and upheld the validity of the Statutes in question. This appeal is from that final decree. Mr. J. N. Miller, the Executive Director of the Housing Authority, testified at the hearing before the Chancellor as follows:
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- Category: Law
- Published: 12 August 1952
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 21 Pages
- Language: English