Partial Taking by NCDOT
for Completion of Monroe Bypass

Partial Taking by NCDOT <…

Initial Offer: $110,750.00 


81% Increase

Brief Statement of Claim:

The Department of Transportation took approximately .07 acres of land for completion of the Monroe Bypass Project; deposit of $110,750; settlement of $200,000 ($89,250 or 81% increase).

Principal Damages:

A partial taking of .025 acres of .564 acres of commercially zoned land being used as a chiropractic office with a .009 permanent drainage/utility easement, a .003 acre drainage easement, a .032 acre utility easement, and a .001 acre temporary construction easement.

Trial or Settlement:



Union County

Case Name:

Department of Transportation vs. H & E Properties, LLC, et al.

Date Concluded: 

Settlement reached June 13, 2019.

Attorney for Defendant:

David Murray, The Odom Firm, PLLC of Charlotte.


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