North Carolina and South Carolina
Eminent Domain/Land Condemnation is when
the government takes your private real estate for a public use such as:
Expansion Of State and/or County Parks or Projects
Expansion Of Airport Facilities
Highways, Bridges, Bypasses, and Roads
Expansion Of Sewer Lines and Sewer Plants
Projects Related To Reservoirs, Water Retention or Pipelines
Other Various Public Uses That Benefit The Public
If the government takes your property for
public use, you have the constitutional right to fair and just compensation.
You have the right to get the fair market value of your property.
government appraisal will generally assess your property with a low value. You
have the right to challenge that valuation and get just compensation for your
real estate through settlement, mediation, or court.
The attorneys at Tippens & Zurosky
work on a contingency fee contract in eminent domain/land condemnation cases,
taking a percentage of what we recover over what the government has offered you
for your land.
If you receive a notice that the government is going to take
your real estate, you may not be able to stop the process, but you do have the
right to get fair market value for your property.
So call Tippens & Zurosky
for a free consultation or send us an inquiry through this website. We will be
more than happy to help you protect your constitutional rights and get fair
compensation for your property.