Wilmington Land Condemnation Attorneys
Eminent Domain and Land Condemnation
You work hard to own your own home and other real estate. Sometimes, however, the government decides it wants to take your private property. When the Department of Transportation, your town, city, county or the State of North Carolina wants to take your property by a condemnation proceeding or eminent domain, you need attorneys to protect your rights and make certain that you receive true fair market value for the property. You may not be able to keep your property, but you are entitled to fair market value for the property taken.
Before property is condemned, the governmental entity must offer the landowner "just compensation" for the property. Unfortunately, this offer is typically well below the fair market value. You need a North Carolina business lawyer who knows how to get your property appraised quickly, accurately, and for maximum reasonable value. You need attorneys who are not afraid to try your case if the price offered by the government is unfair. We are those attorneys.
We represent individuals, corporations and business landowners in the Wilmington metropolitan area in land condemnation and eminent domain matters. You can turn to the Rhine Law Firm, P.C., with assurance for representation and help in obtaining fair market value for your land.
Our Wilmington Land Condemnation Lawyers Protect the Rights of Property Owners
If the DOT or some other North Carolina government agency is threatening to condemn your residential or commercial real estate for development of a public project, contact us at (910) 772-9960 or toll free at (866) 772-9960 for an initial consultation to learn how we can assist you in a land condemnation or eminent domain proceeding. Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments also available.
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