CONDEMNATION - LANDOWNERS

BACK TO LITIGATION

Condemnation - Landowners

Federal, South Carolina, and local governments (and some other entities) have the authority to “take,” by exercising the power of eminent domain, a landowner’s property for public use.  Common examples include the building or widening of a road, the building or expansion of an airport, or the building or expansion of any government building.  While the government has the authority to take your land, the law requires you be paid a fair value for the taking.  WGFL attorneys represent landowners in court seeking to establish the value the government is required to pay for the property being taken.