Rocky Mountain Thrift Stores, Inc. v. Salt Lake City
Utah Supreme Court
784 P.2d 459 (1989)
Mere interference with access to an owner’s property(or inconvenience in access) is not a taking or a damaging within the meaning of Article I, § 22 of the Utah Constitution.
Damage resulting from a temporary, one-time occurrence and not a permanent, continuous, or inevitably recurring interference is not a taking.
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