raleigh eminent domain attorney
What if I have a mortgage on the property? Who gets the money? When the state of North Carolina takes part of all of your land in an eminent domain or land condemnation case, they must do three things. First, file a condemnation complaint with the clerk’s office. Second, file a memorandum of action with the register of deeds office….
The NC Department of Transportation Continues to String Residents Affected by the Hampstead Bypass Along
The NC Department of Transportation continues to string along residents who are affected by the Hampstead Bypass in Pender County. To date, Henson Fuerst has filed suit on behalf of more than two dozen land owners in Pender County who have claims stemming from abuses of the Map Act by the NC DOT. Additional lawsuits are anticipated to be filed…
Asheville River Arts District Development Project Moving Forward Quickly: Here’s What You Need to Know
The City of Asheville recently issued several important updates about the redevelopment of the River Arts District. Construction activities in the River Arts District will be kicking in to high gear beginning this week. Here are some important updates for local residents to keep in mind. 7/18/16 – 9/16/16 On Monday, July 18th, utility relocation efforts began along Riverside Drive….
Land and property owners can face many difficult and unique situations from time to time. Situations involving property rights, land commendation, zoning variances and premises liability can be very complicated and stressful. Henson Fuerst Land Condemnation Attorney David Henson recently won a hearing before the Randolph County Commissioners. In this case, David successfully argued for a zoning variance request on…