Condemning authorities may sometimes take actions that somehow limit the use of your property. Typically, when a condemning authority wants to take property for a public purpose, it will use of the power of eminent domain to bring a condemnation action against the landowner. However, sometimes there is no condemnation proceeding or actual taking of your land. You may still experience a significant negative impact from a government action that results in a decrease in your property value. In these instances, a North Carolina landowner may bring an inverse condemnation action against the condemning authority to hold it accountable for the losses and damages to their property.
Inverse condemnation may be a direct, physical taking of ormere interference with real or personal property by a public entity. For example, inverse condemnation actions have been successfully brought for:
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