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In Colorado, as in every other state, various government entities have the power of eminent domain.  The State of Colorado, as well as incorporated towns and cities, have broad eminent domain powers to take property for any recognized public purpose, with only a few limitations.  In addition, special districts are considered government entities for many purposes, including the exercise of the power of eminent domain.  Under certain circumstances, private companies and even individuals can initiate condemnation proceedings to acquire property by condemnation, for example, pipeline easements or easements for ingress or egress to property.

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Today, more than ever before, businesses need to identify and manage the risk of False Claims Act liability.