1. The provisions of this chapter shall not affect the validity of any property acquisitions by purchase or condemnation.
2. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as creating in any condemnation proceedings brought under the power of eminent domain, any element of value or of damage not in existence immediately prior to the date of this chapter.
3. A payment made or to be made under the authority granted in this chapter shall be for compensating or reimbursing the displaced person or owner of real property in accordance with the requirements of the federal Uniform Relocation Act and this chapter and the payments shall not for any purpose be deemed or considered compensation for real property acquired or compensation for damages to remaining property.
Payments authorized to be made by the federal Uniform Relocation Act and this chapter shall be made as relocation payments, and in order to prevent unjust enrichment or a duplication of payments to any condemnee in any condemnation proceeding or appeal from any condemnation proceeding, an allowance shall not be made in determining just compensation in a condemnation proceeding for any damages, for any item of damage, or any cost, which is authorized to be paid as a relocation payment.
Moving cost payments and allowances for personal property which is damaged or destroyed or reduced in value by an acquisition of property authorized under section 6B.14 or any other provision of the Code under the powers of eminent domain on projects where relocation assistance payments are paid under this chapter shall be those payments and allowances authorized by this chapter and shall not be made or included as part of an award of damages in any condemnation proceeding or appeal from any condemnation proceeding.
[C71, § 316.8; C73, 75, 77, 79, 81, § 316.2]
89 Acts, ch 20, §6
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