Property owners, be it of residential or commercial property, could find themselves in a condemnation case where the government seeks to acquire the property. The governmental power that allows this is eminent domain. If you are faced with condemnation, contacting a skilled and experienced Charlotte condemnation lawyer is the most important step you take.
Condemnation permits a local, state or the federal government to purchase private property for the purpose of creating roads, parks, or some other public use. While it is true that the government has the ability to take private property for public use, it doesn’t mean you are without rights.
You will want to consult with a condemnation attorney to see if you could challenge the government’s decision to take your property. It may not meet certain public necessity or public purpose standards. This is a very complicated area of law and requires the assistance of a condemnation lawyer.
On this page you'll find qualified Charlotte, NC Attorneys ready to help you with your legal needs. We've identified a total of 172 capable attorneys who are qualified to offer you and your family assistance.
Remember, the search for a good Charlotte attorney doesn't end with those listed on this page. You should also research your Condemnation Attorney options in Harrisburg, Caldwell, Lowell, Midland, or even Gastonia.
Expanding your search for a Charlotte Attorney can signficantly increase the number of qualified lawyers available to help you. If you expand your search by 50 miles from Charlotte you will find 5 additional Condemnation Attorneys and law firms. Expanding your search by 100 miles nets you an additional 5 options.
LawInfo strives to connect you with the best possible legal representation. One additional verification measure toward helping you identify an attorney that is worthy of your trust and confidence is the Lead Counsel verification badge seen throughout the LawInfo directory and within individual attorney profiles. The Lead Counsel verification rating indicates that an attorney has:
Lead Counsel's objective process independently verifies attorney records, conferring with state bars across the country and conducting annual reviews to confirm that the attorney practices in the legal categories as indicated, possesses a valid bar license, and is eligible to practice in the specific jurisdiction.