Real Property – Municipal – Wrongful Demolition – Mobile Homes – Housing Code Violations – Constitutional – Due ProcessPatterson v. City of Gastonia The owners of six demolished mobile homes had adequate alternative remedies for redress of their claim. Someone who is not a property’s owner of record cannot claim that his due process rights were violated because the city failed to investigate his ownership. Finally, mobile home owners cannot bring inverse condemnation claims because mobile homes are personal, not real property.
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Published: May 1, 2012
Time posted: 4:26 pm
Tags: Constitutional, Due Process, Housing Code Violations, Mobile Homes, Municipal, Real Property, Wrongful Demolition