(a) An entity with eminent domain authority that wants to acquire real property for a public use shall This section does not apply to acquisitions of real property for which an entity does not have eminent (a) An entity with eminent domain authority that wants to acquire real property for a public use must (a) If an entity with eminent domain authority wants to acquire real property for public use but is (a) A person from whom a real property interest is acquired by an entity through eminent domain for
(a) The authorization under this subchapter to purchase or exercise the power of eminent domain is not affected by the location of the real property, the location of the real property right, or the location PAYMENT FOR REAL PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY EMINENT DOMAIN. (a) If the department acquires real property through the exercise of the power of eminent domain, the
(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a district may not own or acquire real property by eminent domain or any other method unless the property is for a facility site or related infrastructure
(b) The county or municipality may exercise the right of eminent domain to condemn an interest in real property for the purposes described by Subsection (a).
(c) The board may not use the power of eminent domain to acquire real property that is dedicated to
(a) The commissioners court of a county may acquire by purchase or eminent domain any real property,
(b) The commissioners court may not acquire real property under Subsection (a) by eminent domain. (a) In exercising any power granted by this subchapter, a county may acquire real property and easements by the exercise of the power of eminent domain in accordance with Chapter 21, Property Code.
(2) a taxing unit acquired the real property for public use through eminent domain proceedings or voluntary
vested in and remain in such political subdivision; (b) to acquire by purchase, exercise of the power of eminent domain, or by donation, any real or personal property which may be necessary; (c)  to withdraw from
connection with any project developed or assisted by him, for the purposes of this subchapter, may acquire real or personal property or any interest therein by purchase, eminent domain, gift, lease or otherwise.
(8) If any interest in real property is to be acquired by exercise of the power of eminent domain, the
designated blighted area— (i) the acquisition (by a governmental unit having the power to exercise eminent domain) of real property located in such area, (ii) the clearing and preparation for redevelopment