Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain or Land Condemnation

North Carolina Eminent Domain Attorneys

Eminent domain is the power of the government to seize private property for a public use. The government must follow the proper procedures and pay just compensation when enacting eminent domain.

Attorneys at the Greensboro Law Center represent people and businesses whose property is being taken by the government to ensure that the proper procedures are followed and that our clients receive just compensation.

Land Condemnation Attorneys

Land condemnation cases involve complex issues surrounding land planning, zoning, engineering, storm water management, soil and environmental conditions and real estate valuation that involve multiple government and private parties. Our attorneys are experienced working with all parties involved in land condemnation cases to prove our clients' land condemnation case.

When facing a land condemnation dispute, it is important to have someone fighting for you to make sure that your interests are represented and that you receive proper compensation. Don't be overwhelmed by the land condemnation process; let us handle it for you.

Our Eminent Domain or Land Condemnation Practice

The attorneys at the Greensboro Law Center handle eminent domain and land condemnation issues with one objective; to ensure that our clients are treated fairly. Fairly means that government and private parties properly follow all processes and that our clients receive the compensation that they deserve.

These issues can be frustrating and complicated matters that require attorneys experienced in dealing with branches of government, private entities, insurance companies, and financial institutions. Our attorneys have the experience to manage all parties involved to work for the best results for our clients.

Your eminent domain or land condemnation issue will be handled professionally with an attorney from the Greensboro Law Center on your side. Contact us to speak with an attorney.

Eminent Domain Verdicts

As a result of the NCDOT expansion of High Point Road, part of the family’s land, including nearly all of the parking for the restaurant, was taken.  James Faucher and Bob Benson represented the family in the condemnation action, which ultimately was resolved by the DOT paying nearly three times its initially offered purchase price for the land.