Eminent domain law focuses on federal or local government and their ability to seize private property for public use. Not surprisingly, it can become controversial. Our real estate attorneys have represented landowners and condemning authorities in eminent domain law actions throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, and are well versed in all aspects of the eminent domain legal process. Our representations have included eminent domain proceedings of various types, including roadway development and expansion, open space, and utility and access easements.

Taking property can often be good for the overall public good. But as a homeowner, it can be trying to know that your property can be seized. It many instances, you are entitled to compensation. Equally important, just what constitutes valid public use is open to question.

If your property is subject to an action involving eminent domain law, give a real estate attorney at our Doylestown and Norristown law offices a call today.

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