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Arrival of tech giant in Philly could increase costs for some

When a new business moves into town, it is generally something Philadelphians want to celebrate. After all, especially if the business is offering high-paying jobs, it may mean more people coming in to the city who will have plenty of money to feed in to the city's economy.

What constitutes a 'public use' in eminent domain law?

The federal Constitution as well as Pennsylvania's laws, protect the rights of citizens to enjoy their private property by using it in a way they see fit. Of course, there are some exceptions to this general principle, and one of those is the eminent domain exception.

We help protect our commercial clients' investments

A Philadelphia business entrepreneur will often choose to buy instead of lease land as a home for his or her business. For them, purchasing real estate means more than simply having a nice building for one's needs. The real estate is also a business investment and, as an investment, it has to pay off.

What are the penalties for violating the city's zoning laws?

There are many people who live in Philadelphia who probably know that the city has zoning laws. However, there may be a temptation on the part of some, even those who might otherwise know better, to attempt to cut corners in the hope they will not get caught breaking the rules.

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