North Carolina Eminent Domain / Land Condemnation Attorneys
Emmett Boney Haywood "Eminent domain" is the power of the government to take private property for a public use. If the government does take property by eminent domain, it must follow the proper procedures and pay just compensation. At
Nicholls & Crampton, P.A., our goal is to ensure that property owners receive the protections provided by the United States and NC Constitutions - particularly the right to just compensation.
Contact Nicholls & Crampton for a knowledgeable eminent domain / land condemnation attorney.
Defending Your Property Rights
Land condemnation cases often involve complex issues surrounding land planning, zoning, engineering, storm water management, soil and environmental conditions and real estate valuation. Our lawyers work with experienced real estate appraisers, engineers, land planners, traffic consultants, soil and environmental experts, real estate brokers and developers and other experts to develop and prove our clients' land condemnation cases.
The process of defending your property rights includes five primary areas:
When you are facing a dispute regarding land condemnation or eminent domain and want to make sure your property rights are upheld and that you receive just compensation, you need an experienced land condemnation lawyer who will fight for you every step of the way.
Our Eminent Domain / Land Condemnation Lawyers
Emmett Boney Haywood dedicates her statewide practice to defending private property owners whose constitutional rights have been affected by government action. With more than two decades of experience in handling hundreds of land condemnation matters, Ms. Haywood is strictly committed to ensuring that our clients receive just compensation in eminent domain and property law matters.