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Can I Stop The Government From Taking My Property?

You have received notice that the government or some other condemning authority intends to take your property for an upcoming project. Most landowner’s initial reaction is to look for a way to stop the condemnation… Read More

Rainey & Weaver Settle Land Condemnation Claim Related to 540 Triangle Expressway SE Extension in Southern Wake County for 5 Times Initial Offer

Young Moore condemnation attorneys, Michael S. Rainey and Brandon M. Weaver, recently negotiated a Map Act settlement related to the 540 Triangle Expressway Southeast Extension in Southern Wake County. Despite only 0.034 acres of the property being… Read More

Rainey & Weaver Settle Condemnation Claim with Gas Company for Nearly $1 Million and Relocation of Proposed Gas Line

Condemnation attorneys Michael S. Rainey and Brandon M. Weaver recently negotiated a settlement for easements sought by a natural gas provider related to a project in Southeastern North Carolina. The easements impacted three commercially zoned parcels and… Read More

Young Moore Attorneys Settle Two Condemnation Claims with the City of Raleigh for More Than Double the City’s Initial Offers

Condemnation attorneys, Michael S. Rainey and Brandon M. Weaver, recently settled two condemnation claims for clients whose properties were impacted by the City of Raleigh’s Brentwood Estates Sewer Improvement Project. The takings involved easements for… Read More

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