(3) “Eminent domain” means the power to divest right, title or interest from the owner
of property and vest it in the possessor of the power against the will of the owner
upon the payment of just compensation for the right, title or interest divested.
(4) “Judge” means a resident judge of the superior court in the district where the
cause is pending, or special judge residing in said district, or a judge of the superior
court assigned to hold the courts of said district or an emergency or special judge
holding court in the county where the cause is pending.
(5) “Owner” includes the plural when appropriate and means any person having an interest
or estate in the property.
(6) “Person” includes the plural when appropriate and means a natural person, and
any legal entity capable of owning or having interest in property.
(7) “Property” means any right, title, or interest in land, including leases and options
to buy or sell. “Property” also includes rights of access, rights-of-way, easements, water rights,
air rights, and any other privilege or appurtenance in or to the possession, use,
and enjoyment of land.
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