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Nebraska Judge Orders TransCanada to Pay Legal Costs of Keystone XL Landowners

boldnebraska.orgTransCanada ordered to pay $8,844.21 to each of 19 Holt County landowners; claims in other counties may push total payments near $500,000

Holt County, NE — Landowners in Nebraska who fought the Keystone XL pipeline get to declare independence today from TransCanada, after a Nebraska district court judge ordered the foreign oil corporation to repay all legal fees and costs incurred by Nebraska landowners who fought the company’s eminent domain claims against their property in court.

Holt County District Court Judge Alan Brodbeck ruled that 19 landowners who sued TransCanada should receive $8,844.21 each to reimburse their court fees and costs.

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