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City of Charlotte to Pay Owner $8.3 Million for Land for Airport Expansion

The Odom Firm Gets Millions for Property Owner with Land Near Airport The City of Charlotte has opted to avoid the potential turbulence of a condemnation action and agreed to pay $8.35 million for eight acres of land earmarked for the expansion… Read More
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Hot Market: Charlotte Pay…

Hot Market: Charlotte Pays $2.825M for Land for Fire Station

MARCH 11, 2019 | VOL. 32, NO. 2 | NCLAWYERSWEEKLY.COM Reprinted with permission of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly © 2019 ■■ BY ABBIE BENNETT abennett@nclawyersweekly.com A landowner in Charlotte has reached a $2.825 million settlement with… Read More
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Seven Questions You Shoul…

Seven Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring an Eminent Domain Attorney

Your land is yours — or so you thought. Then you received a letter from the government informing you that it is taking your land through the power of eminent domain to expand an airport, for a public utilities project, or some other use. Your first… Read More
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Feb
18
The Odom Firm Gets Millions for Property Owner with Land Near Airport The City of Charlotte has opted to avoid the potential turbulence of a condemnation action and agreed to pay $8.35 million for eight acres of land earmarked for the expansion… Read More
Nov
8
One of the Constitutional Rights Council’s goals is to increase public awareness of the U.S. Constitution. The section sponsors CLE programs and services, provides members with a substantive newsletter and helps mold the association&… Read More
Sep
12
Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The Johan Newcombe Event Center, Board Room 1840 E Franklin Blvd #4751, Gastonia, NC 28054   We are hosting a free educational seminar to discuss the North Carolina Department of Transporta… Read More
Jul
1
Attorney David Murray obtained a decision from the Mecklenburg County Superior Court reversing three Town of Huntersville Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) decisions which had denied variances for three new houses which had been built relying i… Read More
May
24
The City of Charlotte will pay more than $1.5 million to compensate property owners who sued the city over the 2010 opening of a new runway at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, the plaintiff’s’ attorneys reported. Tommy Odom of the… Read More