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What Is the Role of an Eminent Domain Attorney?

If you are a landowner who was just informed by a person that you’ve never met that you’re going to have to sell your property, it’s understandable that you’re upset and confused. The idea that someone can force you to sell your land—or worse, take it from you so long as they provide you with … Continue reading “What Is the Role of an Eminent Domain Attorney?”

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MVP Pipeline Update: Alamance County Commissioners Votes Against Project 5 to 0

According to a report by WFMY News 2, the Alamance County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution opposing the MVP Southgate project after hearing from the public. MVP Southgate is a proposed 72-mile natural gas pipeline system that would receive gas from the Mountain Valley Pipeline and transport it to delivery points in Rockingham … Continue reading “MVP Pipeline Update: Alamance County Commissioners Votes Against Project 5 to 0”

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Fox River Grove Village Board Approves Eminent Domain Action Affecting 10 Properties

According to a report in the Northwest Herald, in early September, Fox River Grove’s village board voted to start the process of acquiring 10 properties located off of Northwest Highway by using eminent domain. The area in question is bordered by Lincoln Avenue, Illinois Street, and Northwest Highway, and sits across the street from a … Continue reading “Fox River Grove Village Board Approves Eminent Domain Action Affecting 10 Properties”

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Yorktown, Indiana, Residents at Risk of Losing Their Homes in Eminent Domain Action

For many people, the idea that the idea that the government can put you out of your home goes against everything they know about property ownership, but that’s precisely what might happen to several residents of Yorktown, Indiana. According to reporting by RTV 6 News, the town proposed a downtown redevelopment plan in 2016 that … Continue reading “Yorktown, Indiana, Residents at Risk of Losing Their Homes in Eminent Domain Action”

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Special Eminent Domain Concerns for Business Owners

Eminent domain is the power through which the government can take private property for a public purpose, so long as it provides the property owner with “just compensation.” At its most basic level, one can think of the exercise of eminent domain (called a condemnation action) as a forced sale of property. Not every condemnation … Continue reading “Special Eminent Domain Concerns for Business Owners”

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Toledo Roundabout Project May Seize Private Property Through Eminent Domain

The Toledo Blade is reporting that the Toledo City Council has authorized condemnation proceedings for two parcels of land in the path of a proposed roundabout in South Toledo. The parcels of land at issue sit at 3188 South Byrne Road and 3436 South Detroit Avenue. The roundabout is part of the proposed reconstruction of … Continue reading “Toledo Roundabout Project May Seize Private Property Through Eminent Domain”

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Could the Illinois Route 47 Expansion Affect You?

Road construction is one of those unavoidable annoyances of life. As the population grows and shifts, governments need to update, expand, and create entirely new infrastructure. This results in constant projects that most of us experience as traffic delays and construction zones. In some cases, however, the government needs privately owned land to complete these … Continue reading “Could the Illinois Route 47 Expansion Affect You?”

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“Complete Streets” Trend May Affect North Carolina Landowners

In 2009, the North Carolina Department of Transportation adopted a “Complete Streets” policy that directs the department to consider and incorporate several modes of transportation when updating existing infrastructure or planning new projects. According to the UNC Highway Safety Research Center, the benefits of this policy include: Improved safety for motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians More … Continue reading ““Complete Streets” Trend May Affect North Carolina Landowners”

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Will University City, Missouri, Officials Use Eminent Domain?

University City, Missouri, is a suburb of St. Louis, known for the Delmar Loop, an expansive strip of bars, luxury hotels, restaurants, and more. The neighborhood is different north of the Loop, between Delmar Boulevard and Olive Boulevard, with much less commercial activity. Officials in University City have held meetings in recent months, discussing possible … Continue reading “Will University City, Missouri, Officials Use Eminent Domain?”

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Will the Route 127 Project Finally Happen in Illinois? Will it Affect You?

Roadwork projects are a necessary evil in our lives. They can cause traffic backups, delays in our commutes, and can seem endless. However, when the project is complete, we have a new or improved road or highway on which we can travel each day. Some road projects can leave an even greater impact on residents … Continue reading “Will the Route 127 Project Finally Happen in Illinois? Will it Affect You?”

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

What are the unique issues that face commercial property owners in condemnation that can make all the difference?

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POWER & PIPELINES

Landowners forget this one thing when dealing with utility companies that want an easement across their land.

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ROAD & REDEVELOPMENT TAKINGS

What you need to know to be treated fairly by the condemning authority.

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