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5th Amendment Violation – Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies

When a plaintiff alleges a regulatory taking in violation of the Fifth Amendment, a federal court should not consider the claim before the government has reached a “final” decision. Suitum v. Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, 520 U. S. 725, 737 (1997).

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