Texas Wesleyan Law Review
Part I of this article addresses the general problem of measuring severance damages in condemnation proceedings in Texas after Schmidt. Part II introduces the concept of statistically inferring the value of specific attributes of individual real estate parcels with an emphasis on valuing the changes caused by the condemning authority's use. Part III explores utilizing an analytical technique which has long been popular in financial literature for valuing specific aspects of real estate. Part IV considers the admissibility of statistical value inferences under the rule from Daubert v. Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. followed by a conclusion and an appendix providing a formal mathematical exposition of the model discussed.
John F. Shampton,
The Use of Statistical Inference to Establish Severance Damages in Condemnation Cases,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V2.I3.1