Land Condemnation

Pender County Property Owners – Free Seminar Tuesday 6/21 To Discuss The Hampstead Bypass Project and Eminent Domain Laws

Many property owners in Pender County are facing possible Land Condemnation due to the Hampstead Bypass project. This means that you may be in jeopardy of having your property taken from you by the county. To learn more about this construction project and how it is impacting landowners in your community, join Henson Fuerst, North …

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Determining Your Property's Value is Key During Eminent Domain Proceedings

The law allows federal, state, and local governments to involuntarily seize private property from an owner if the land is being used to benefit the community in some way. While there often isn’t much that can be done to prevent property from being taken through eminent domain laws, the North Carolina land condemnation lawyers at HensonFuerst …

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Continued Objections to Asheville River Arts District Proposals

As the City of Asheville moves forward with the 2.2-mile River Arts District Transportation Improvement Plan (RADTIP) along Riverside Drive, the city also continues to hear from angry citizens who also oppose the proposed River Arts District Form-Based Code. Thus far, the City of Asheville presses ahead with it’s attempt at gentrification of this historic …

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Three Things to Remember About Your North Carolina Land Condemnation Rights

The state of North Carolina gives private companies the right to condemn land if the property is to be used in a project that can benefit the community. But property owners have rights, and the North Carolina land condemnation lawyers at HensonFuerst would like to remind you to keep a few things in mind if …

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