The 11 dismissals of DOT condemnations follows on a previous batch of dismissals against the DOT in February. The NCDOT is appealing the initial set of dismissals. The reasoning is the DOT can’t file a second action on a prior pending action. Condemnation Actions are in rem proceedings.
Bay Point Properties v. MTC is a condemnation case in Mississippi. It highlights the continued plight of property owners in eminent domain cases to get just compensation. Unfortunately, the Mississippi Supreme Court disagreed. Advocates for property owners are joining in to get the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case.
Kirk discussed the pitfalls of powers of attorneys, warning signs, the fraud triangle, and how to litigate cases where the power of attorney has caused harm to the principal.
Here's an article from HBNSO's estate litigation website at www.willcaveat.com discussing the steps needed to start an estate when there is a lost last will and testament. http://willcaveat.com/probating-lost-wills/ If you or a family member or friend have an estate...
NC Eminent Domain Attorneys - for a short discussion of eminent domain case in North Carolina, go to our condemnation website: Takingland.com -NC Eminent Domain Attorneys If you are being condemned by the State, a City or County in North Carolina, call us at...
Paul continues to serve as the ECHL’s General Counsel. He began this role in the 1994-1995 season. His role includes the expansion of the hockey league, acquisition of teams, governing structure, and labor relations.
The Court ruled that the recording of the Beltway maps plainly points to future condemnation by the NCDOT. Because the State exercised its eminent domain power here, the Supreme Court ordered that the trial courts determine the value of the property taken by the NCDOT for just compensation.
For businesses it is important that their trademarks be searched and vetted not only for infringing uses, merely descriptive or generic issues but also for refusals based on the baser things.
FOR EXAMPLE, if Dolores wills a piece of property equally to Ted and Sarah, they become tenants in common on the property. Ted and Sarah each own only half of the property by themselves, but Ted and Sarah each have the right to use the entire property. North Carolina recognizes two types of partitions: (1) partitions in kind and (2) partitions by sale.
For example, Victor gives to Alvin $150,000.00 with the intention that Alvin use the money to buy Victor a house. Alvin takes the money from Victor and uses it to buy the house Victor wants.