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 the installation and maintenance of sewer lines across the clients’ properties. The property owners had been negotiating with the City for years prior to Mr. Rainey and Mr. Weaver’s recent involvement. In both cases, our attorneys were able to negotiate a settlement with the City, prior to the filing of a condemnation lawsuit, for more than double what the City had previously offered.

For more information, visit Condemnation & Eminent Domain.


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