In re Matter Benefit of O'Reilly, 607 Pa. 280 (Penn. Sup. Ct. 2010)

(court remands case for determination of whether state Private Road Act effects an unconstitutional taking of private property; Act allows owner of landlocked parcel to petition court of common pleas for appointment of board of reviewers to evaluate necessity of road to connect landlocked parcel to nearest public road, and upon finding of necessity board lays out private road at point causing least damage to private property; Act specifies that owner of landlocked parcel must pay damages to persons over whose property new road is built with owner of landlocked parcel then having exclusive use of road). 

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