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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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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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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HB 183- An Act to Repeal the Transportation Corridor Official Map Act Today, April 16, 2015, N.C. House Finance Committee unanimously approved the bill to REPEAL the Map Act. Attorney Matthew Bryant*, at the request of the committee, spoke on the effects of the Map Act to the Committee. In a surprise, the bill was […]

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There have been naysayers all along about the lawsuits against the NC Department of Transportation on the inverse condemnation claims based on the NCDOT’s use of Map Act Corridors. Naysayers before the Kirby v. NCDOT Court of Appeals opinion. Land owners still questioning the case even after the opinion. Using the Kirby victory, Hendrick Bryant […]

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Video 2 of 2 where Matthew Bryant, a NC Eminent Domain Attorney, who successfully argued constitutional case that the NC Transportation Corridor Map Act was inverse condemnation by the North Carolina Department of Transportation in case Kirby v. North Carolina Department of Transportation. This is Part 2 in the videos discussing the Northern Beltway Forsyth County. […]

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