Meeting set for bypass property owners
Raleigh-based N.C. Eminent Domain Law Firm holds the first of several free seminars Thursday for property owners within the Monroe Bypass right of way.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has not yet bought all necessary right of way along the proposed 20-mile toll road. Though a lawsuit is pending that may affect when the road is built, NCDOT has already borrowed the money to build the estimated $800 million project.
Though the state will offer to purchase individual properties, the N.C. Eminent Domain Law Firm negotiations in hopes of getting the property owner a higher offer.
The firm works on a contingency fee basis and only charge for services if attorneys arrange for a higher pay out for a client's property by the state.
N.C. Eminent Domain Law Firm attorneys will answer questions about how property values are calculated, judging whether the state's offer price is fair, relocation expenses and appraisals.
The firm will have two other seminars, 7 p.m. on Sept. 4 and Sept. 25 at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Monroe.
For more information, call the N.C. Eminent Domain Law Firm at 1-877-393-4990.
If you are going
Who: N.C. Eminent Domain Law Firm
What: Free seminar for property owners within the Monroe Bypass right of way
When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14
Where: Quality Inn and Suites in Matthews
Why: Free Q&A session with attorneys about eminent domain, property owners rights and getting higher payouts from the state for right of way