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true or false The eminent domain clause of the Constitution states that the government can not take away an individual’s property without providing just compensation.
The eminent domain clause of the Constitution states that the government can not take away an individual’s property without providing just compensation. TRUE.
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User: true or false Due process and eminent domain are found in the 7th Amendment of the Constitution.

User: true or false The eminent domain clause of the Constitution states that the government can not take away an individual’s property without providing just compensation.

Weegy: The eminent domain clause of the Constitution states that the government can not take away an individual’s property without providing just compensation. TRUE.
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