Many property owners in Pender County are facing possible Land Condemnation due to the Hampstead Bypass project. This means that you may be in jeopardy of having your property taken from you by the county. To learn more about this construction project and how it is impacting landowners in your community, join Henson Fuerst, North Carolina Eminent Domain Attorneys this week for an informative Property Owners Seminar.
- Seminar Topic: Hampstead Bypass Construction Project Eminent Domain Laws
- Date: Tuesday, 6/21
- Meeting Times: 2pm – 4pm session & 6pm – 8pm session
- Location: The Holiday Inn Market Street; 5032 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28405
- Please note that this is a FREE seminar to discuss your rights as a property owner
- There will be a Q&A session at the end of each seminar
The North Carolina Eminent Domain attorneys at Henson Fuerst are currently representing over three dozen landowners in Pender County who own land that is affected by the future NC DOT Hampstead Bypass. At Henson Fuerst, we want to help educate landowners on their legal rights in an eminent domain land condemnation action.
Please join the North Carolina Land Condemnation attorneys of Henson Fuerst this Tuesday, 6/21 for a Property Owners Seminar for residents of Pender County. We have scheduled for 2 seminar times for your convenience.
To learn more about this Property Owners Seminar or discuss your potential case, contact David Henson and Anne Duvoisin Fisher, the experienced North Carolina Land Condemnation attorneys of Henson Fuerst, at 919-781-1107.
When you call Henson Fuerst, we will provide you with a FREE consultation about your case and fight hard to protect your rights as a landowner. Call today or fill out a free contact form online to speak with one of our dedicated Land Condemnation attorneys right away.
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