The owners of land adjacent to a former railroad line converted to a hiking trail under the rails-to-trails program will have another chance to pursue takings claims after the Federal Circuit said the government failed to prove that the landowners didn’t own the property beneath the rail line.

A Florida-law doctrine known as the “centerline presumption,” requires that the claims be reinstated, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit said Thursday.

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