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Court to NCDOT: Start Paying Map Act Land Owners

The Forsyth County Superior Court ordered the NCDOT to start paying Map Act Property Owners in the Northern Beltway. Judge Craig entered the order today. This order is pursuant to the landmark NC Supreme Court ruling in Kirby v. NCDOT that said the NCDOT inversely condemned property owners land when it filed the Map Act in the Forsyth County Register of Deeds in 1997 and 2008. Here’s an article about today’s ruling in the Winston-Salem Journal Court to State: Start paying Winston-Salem landowners The attorneys at Hendrick Bryant won the case in the appellate courts for property owners affected by this eminent domain case. For those that have already filed, the time to finally get paid is closer. For those that haven’t filed, what are you waiting on? call Matthew Bryant or Kirk Sanders to discuss your condemnation case. 336-723-7200


Matthew Bryant is the attorney who argued the successful inverse condemnation case involving the NC Map Act

Matthew Bryant is the attorney who argued the successful inverse condemnation case involving the NC Map Act


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