Temporary Access Easement to Gas Pipeline

Temporary Access Easement…

Initial Offer: $15,300

Compensation Obtained: $170,000

1,044% Increase

Brief Statement of Claim:

A Natural Gas Company took a temporary access easement and a temporary construction easement across the church's property in order to provide a driveway to an existing natural gas transmission pipeline on the rear of the property. The gas company must restore the church's property after use of the easement.

Initial offer/deposit:

$15,300.00

Settlement amount:

$170,000.00 ($154,700.00 or 1,044% increase)

Case Name:

Piedmont Natural Gas v. Rod of God Center, Inc. (Mecklenburg County)

Date Concluded:

July 2020

Attorneys for Landowners:

David W. Murray

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