We’re sharing a closer look at eminent domain rights in NC and what steps you can take to improve your outcome.
Has COVID-19 caused your eminent domain case to drag out? We’re sharing what you can do to move forward.
Changes to the Glenwood Avenue section of Highway 70 near Crabtree Valley Mall will relieve congestion and many hazards due to Raleigh’s growing population.
Work on highway 70 near Durham will likely affect many business owners and landowners. If you’re wondering about eminent domain during this construction process, read this blog to learn more.
Learn about the widening project for I-95 north of Fayetteville and what it may mean for landowners who could be affected.
Changes to the I-40 and I-440 interchange will positively impact traffic in Raleigh, but it will impact landowners as well. Does your property fall within the limits of this eminent domain project?
Knowing how eminent domain can impact your family or business is paramount to getting a fair and just settlement.
Find out the most recent updates to several of North Carolina’s soon to be or already under way, eminent domain cases in the Triangle area.
The NCDOT has finally decided where the completion of I-540 will take place. Find out where and when the route will be constructed to see if you will be affected. Our Raleigh lawyers have monitored this land condemnation and eminent domain scenario for the past few years and can provide legal assistance to ensure you receive fair value for your property.
Most right-of-ways obtained by a condemnor (land condemning authority) are done so by a Right-of-Way Agreement. These Agreements are generated by the condemnor and presented to the landowner normally by a right-of-way agent working for the condemnor. Make sure you are not making a mistake with your signature.