Property rights are the legal rights that entities/owners have on something they own. The owners may be people, companies, charities, governments, trusts, etc.
Property rights refer to how a resource or economic good can be used by the owners. Often referred to as a Bundle of Rights, property rights have four broad components:
- the right to use the thing that is owned
- the right to earn an income from it
- the right to transfer it to others
- the right to enforce property rights
Whether you have received a property acquisition letter or notice, are negotiating the value of your property, are being threatened with eminent domain, or find that you have been deprived of all economical use of your property by government action or regulation, the attorneys at Central Colorado Law are prepared to help you defend your property rights, where appropriate, and ensure that you receive full and fair compensation in the event of a taking.
The concept of property rights can quickly become complex, making it easy to become overwhelmed by the legal system. Our attorneys will work closely with you, learning about your situation and educating you about property rights. Early on in the process, we will discuss the potential outcomes you could see based on our extensive experience handling similar cases.
Contact our offices immediately and schedule a consultation. We will be available on your schedule and you will know exactly how we intend to proceed—you can count on us to deliver straight talk. We will take the time to listen, explain the legal process to you, and guide you through court proceedings.