No matter who you are; you may be subject to land condemnation and seizure. Whether you are a homeowner, tenant, business owner, farmer, or have other land interests; your land can be taken away from you if condemned.
Whether you’re a new homeowner or your family has owned the same land for generations, we understand how frustrating and costly it is to lose the rights to your property. You need a law firm with the knowledge and resources to guide you through the complex processes of eminent domain, land condemnation, and other land takings.
If you are facing Land Condemnation, click the links below to explore important topics related to your legal rights:
- What to Do if Your Property is Condemned
- The Top 5 Things That Will Harm Your Land Condemnation Case
- Map Act of NC Lawsuits
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Know the Law
In North Carolina, few laws to protect property owners from frivolous land condemnation or seizure under eminent domain. While the state constitution does not specifically address eminent domain, Article I §19 states: “No person shall be taken, imprisoned, or disseized of his freehold, liberties, or privileges, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any manner deprived of his life, liberty, or property, but by the law of the land. No person shall be denied the equal protection of the laws; nor shall any person be subjected to discrimination by the State because of race, color, religion, or national origin.”
The appellate courts have interpreted the above article to similarly limit the government’s right to take property without just compensation. The property rights attorneys at Henson Fuerst will do everything we can to protect your best interests. Get the help you need today. We don’t back down from the government or big corporations. We stand up for you.
We’re Here to Help
If you’re facing land condemnation—or the seizure of your home, business, church, or farm under eminent domain—you don’t have to face the government or big corporations alone. The experienced eminent domain and land condemnation attorneys at Henson Fuerst protect the rights of property owners across North Carolina—and we want to help you too. Call Henson Fuerst at (919) 781-1107 or complete our free initial consultation form.
When you call, you will speak with one of our experienced North Carolina eminent domain and land condemnation attorneys absolutely FREE. Attorneys David Henson and Anne Fisher are committed to protecting the rights of property owners facing land condemnation.
Call Henson Fuerst, Because Your Case Matters