§ 25.1-406. Moving and related expenses
Whenever the acquisition of real property for a program or project undertaken by a state agency will result in the displacement of any person, the state agency shall make fair and reasonable relocation payments to the displaced person for:
1. Actual reasonable expenses in moving himself, his family, business, farm operation, or other personal property;
2. Actual direct losses of tangible personal property as a result of moving or discontinuing a business or farm operation, which payments shall not exceed an amount equal to the reasonable expenses that would have been required to relocate such property, as determined by the state agency;
3. Actual reasonable expenses in searching for a replacement business or farm; and
4. Actual reasonable expenses necessarily incurred in reestablishing a displaced farm, nonprofit organization or small business at its new site, in accordance with criteria established by the state agency but not to exceed $25,000.
(Code 1950, §§ 33-75.04, 33.1-132.4; 1970, c. 40, § 25-239; 1972, c. 738; 1989, c. 714; 2000, c. 851; 2003, c. 940.)Sections: Previous 25.1-400 25.1-401 25.1-402 25.1-403 25.1-404 25.1-405 25.1-406 25.1-407 25.1-408 25.1-409 25.1-410 25.1-411 25.1-412 25.1-413 25.1-414 Next
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