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New § 24.301(e) covers situations in which the main business or dwelling is not required to move but the owner's or tenant's "stuff" is.
The new § 24.301(e) personal property only. Eligible expenses for a person who is required to move personal property from real property but is not required to move from a dwelling (including a mobile home), business, farm, or nonprofit organization include those expenses described in paragraphs (g)(1) through (g)(7) as well as (g)(18) of this section. (See also Appendix A, § 24.301(e).)
The illustration shows a factory and stockpiled materials within the right-of-way. It could also depict a house with a shed and materials out back that fall inside the required right-of-way. This modification addresses a situation in the old rule where this circumstance was not covered specifically in the case of an acquisition from a residential property. The clarification covers that situation for both residential and nonresidential displacements where the residence or business is not acquired and thus there is no resulting displacement of either a residence or a business.