If the light rail development plans in Charlotte, North Carolina, are resulting in a threat of condemnation of your residential or commercial real estate, you are encouraged to call 704-594-4227 to learn more about your legal options and defend your property owner rights. Is the government’s determination of value of your land a non-negotiable? Past clients of DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., will testify that the answer to that question need not be no.
Eminent domain land condemnations for the sake of planned development of schools, parks, stadiums, or airport expansions are often shown to be unfair to land owners. In one eminent domain dispute handled by DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., a jury verdict of $530,000 defied the airport’s previous determination that a piece of land including a lake was worth only $26,000. This verdict was upheld on appeal as well.
Achieving justice for landowners victimized by eminent domain is a motivating force for the land condemnation law attorneys of DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A. Contact the firm to schedule an initial consultation regarding any North Carolina pending land condemnation or eminent domain proceedings.