[Solved] The state of Massachusetts took, by eminent domain for highway purposes, land in Boston. Rite Media had a lease with the owners by which it maintained a three-and-one-half-story-high billboard on

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The state of Massachusetts took, by eminent domain for highway purposes, land in Boston. Rite Media had a lease with the owners by which it maintained a three-and-one-half-story-high billboard on the property, supported by steel beams sunk into concrete footings. The lease provided that the billboard and structures were the property of the tenant and could be removed by the tenant at any time prior to the end of the lease. The owners of the land settled with the state, but the state refused to compensate Rite Media for its billboard and structures. Is it entitled to compensation? (Rite Media, Inc. v. Secretary of the Massachusetts Highway Department, 712 N.E.2d 60)


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