The Greensboro News & Record reports on the filing by 3 property owners in the path of the Greensboro Urban Loop in Guilford County. (See link below to the article) Maps of the Greensboro Eastern & Northern Loop below. The owners want the NCDOT to pay them damages for nearly 2 decades of time that […]

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Republican lawmakers are working on House Bill 183 to repeal the controversial Map Act. (see link below to Lawyers Weekly article) The Map Act saves the NC Department of Transportation money. In return it devastates communities and traps property owners for decades. Rep. Rayne Brown of Davidson County said “I wanted to run this bill […]

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The News & Observer reports on the Bill to Repeal the Map Act. See http://www.newsobserver.com/news/traffic/road-worrier-blog/article16159775.html “The Map Act cannot be tweaked or fixed,” said Rep. Debra Conrad of Forsyth County. The Map Act lets the state Department of Transportation block development indefinitely on private land it might want to buy, years in the future, to […]

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State Legislators have introduced another bill this past week to limit the NCDOT’s ability to restrict property. The attorneys at Hendrick Bryant don’t think it goes far enough. The property owners in the Map Act Corridors agree. With the recent Inverse Condemenation victory in the N.C. Court of Appeals, Kirby v. NCDOT, droves of property […]

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The Map Act is a law passed by the North Carolina General Assembly in the late 1980s to make it less expensive to ultimately purchase future right of way for highways. The law restricted an owner’s rights to freely use their land and resulted in a destruction market value for these unfortunate property owners. NCDOT […]

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If you are a property owner IN the Northern Beltway, there is a meeting on Monday, March 16, 2015 at the Reynolda Library If you have not yet signed on to be represented, Hendrick Bryant is the law firm that won the Inverse Condemnation in the Court of Appeals recently. Come hear Matthew Bryant discuss […]

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Reported in the Winston-Salem Journal: State Legislator filed bill to limit time for NCDOT Map Act N.C. Legislators have recognized the harmful impact of the unlimited Map Act. After the February 17th Court of Appeals victory for condemned landowners, who were represented by Matthew Bryant, the state legislature is looking to limit the future Map Act […]

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Today’s discussion about the recent court of Appeals decision regarding the map act Go to the 11th minute that’s where the discussion begins about the NCDOT condemnation case in the NC Court of Appeals. Matthew H. Bryant, Northern Beltway Condemnation Attorney, is THE attorney who sucessfully represented trapped landowners in the NCDOT cases that went to […]

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