As the Forsyth County Northern Beltway inverse condemnation cases move through the litigation stage, the construction timeline also advance. The Northern Beltway consists of two main divisions: the Western leg & the Eastern leg. The western leg’s mapping and recording stretches from US 52 at Bethania Rural Hall Rd interchange to Clemmons and I-40. The […]

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Since 1997 the NCDOT filed a protected corridor on property owners in Wake County for the future connection of the 540 Southern Loop in Raleigh. These property owners have been left in limbo for TWO DECADES. For an article in the News & Observer, click here: http://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/op-ed/article53781615.html These property owners in Wake County should receive the […]

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The eastern side of the Northern Beltway  around Forsyth County  has continued to have its timetable moved up for construction. Here’s a recent article in the Winston-Salem Journal: http://www.journalnow.com/news/local/western-beltway-leaps-up-on-road-list/article_473fa5d5-2939-59b0-961c-882f7f406fd2.html Hendrick Bryant attorneys are North Carolina Eminent Domain Attorneys. contact them at 336-723-7200

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The town of Ocean Isle Beach condemned a beach developers property. The developer claimed it would lose valuable beach front tract that was planned as a private beach club for its residents. The Developer had a 1000 acre development. The condemned piece of property was 1 acre, but it was the only vacant commercial tract […]

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NC Eminent Domain Attorneys at Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis “Can the government just take my property?”  Many North Carolina property owners ask this question when the government threatens to use the power of eminent domain to take their property. The government has the power to take your property without your consent, but the […]

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News for Eminent Domain NC – Inverse Condemnation Cases. In a further development that affects all the Map Act Case, the NC Court of Appeals issued ruling this week in Jamestown Pender, L.P, v. NCDOT and Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, COA15-925 (November 1, 2016, unpublished). This ruling dismissed NCDOT’s various grounds for appeal […]

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News for Property Owners Winston-Salem Beltway, Raleigh 540 Southern Loop, Shelby 74 Bypass, Fayetteville Outerloop Congratulations on the N.C. Supreme Court Victory. The attorneys at Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis have been fighting for over 6 years for you. Matthew Bryant was lead counsel Justice Newby wrote the opinion. In it the NC Supreme […]

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Local planning departments and regional transportation planning authorities in North Carolina will develop proposed and conceptual plans for future roads.  This is usually, but not always,  in coordination with the North Carolina Department of Transportation.   These proposed future road are often decades away from being started.   These proposed roads are in anticipation of future growth […]

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WRAL Video of Supreme Court Arguments in Kirby Case Above is the link to the video of the 1 hour oral arguments before the N.C. Supreme Court in the Kirby inverse condemnation appeal. The North Carolina Department of Transportation appealed the NC Court of Appeals unanimous decision in favor of property owners. On Tuesday, February […]

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