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August 13, 2022

How Property Owners Can Respond to a Condemnation Notice in Alabama

Receiving a condemnation letter can be an overwhelming experience. As soon as a condemning entity notifies you of its intention to seize and compensate you for your property, contact an experienced Alabama condemnation attorney to discuss your options.
July 27, 2022

What Are the Limitations of Eminent Domain in Alabama?

While government entities enjoy several eminent domain rights in Alabama, there are limitations to what an entity may seize. Contact a knowledgeable condemnation attorney today to learn more.
July 13, 2022

What is Eminent Domain and Who Uses it in Texas?

Condemnation refers to the legal process by which a governmental agency compensates private property owners in exchange for their land. If you are struggling with an eminent domain or condemnation matter, contact a trusted attorney today to learn more.
June 27, 2022

How the Government Defines Public Use When Exercising Eminent Domain in Texas

In Texas, governmental departments and certain authorized utility companies may exercise eminent domain for projects that benefit the public in some way (new highways, new power lines, etc.). Speak to an experience condemnation attorney to learn more.
June 13, 2022

Understanding the Condemnation Process in Texas

If a governmental body has notified you of an upcoming project that requires this entity to seize your property and convert it for public use, you should contact an experienced and knowledgeable Texas condemnation attorney right away to discuss the situation.
June 1, 2022

The State of Alabama Wants Their Land – And Their Way of Life

Four houses – home to 11 family members – are to be taken by eminent domain as the state of Alabama widens U.S. 43 to reduce travel time between Mobile and Tuscaloosa.

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