Update: April 4th
“Ohio Justices Toss US Bank ‘Takings’ Claims Against Counties”

In a recent report from Court News Ohio:
“A national bank seeking to avoid transfers of abandoned property to county land banks should have pursued other remedies available in state court before seeking to compel appropriation proceedings, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled today.”

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In a recent article, the Toledo Blade, discusses suit brought by U.S. Bank Trust in the Ohio Supreme Court to force in Lucas, Cuyahoga, and Summit counties and two other counties to compensate it for vacant and abandoned properties on which they foreclosed for unpaid taxes and then transferred into their land banks.

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