Charlotte’s NPR station WFAE aired a fabulous segment on NCDOT, our state current of eminent domain practices and the legislative uproar the proposed repeal of the Map Act has caused. I encourage everyone to listen to Rayne Brown denounce how our state has behaved. http://wfae.org/post/states-domain-part-2-north-carolinas-map-act Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis, LLP- Map Act owners’ […]

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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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