540/Eminent Domain and How Transportation Affects Real Estate Valuation
June 6, 2018
LOCATION: PNC Arena
TIME: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
When NCDOT is planning a major new road, property that will be needed in the future is placed in what is called “Protected Corridor”. This applies to the proposed 540 extension from Holly Springs to Raleigh. If a home or business is in a protected corridor you can make repairs but not renovations that require a building permit.
Matthew Bryant is representing approx. 300 private landowners challenging the constitutionality of the NCDOT use of land use restrictions in anticipation of condemnation.
The presentation will explain how and why eminent domain exists and what areas of Wake County are affected. Matthew will discuss what affect this has on home owners and developers who are located in the protected area or want to develop in these areas. He will explain what rights the homeowners have and the court cases he’s recently won representing these property owners.
Matt Bryant, Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sander and Otis LLP
Matthew Bryant handles all areas of business formation, business disputes and commercial transactions. Mr. Bryant’s focus is on commercial litigation, eminent domain and corporate transactions. He advises directors and shareholders on their rights and duties and has successfully handled contentious shareholder disputes and corporate dissolutions. He also handles the firm’s land use, debtor/creditor, employment and appellate matters.
Mr. Bryant served in the United States Navy as a Division Officer in the Persian Gulf and Japan and as a systems analyst for the Department of Navy’s ship construction command. In addition to the United States Navy, Mr. Bryant attended University of Chapel Hill and Wake Forest Law School.
$50 Non Members
Registrations and payment must be received by Friday, June 1st at 5pm.
If paying by check, please make checks payable to TCREW and mail to:
P.O. Box 10764
Raleigh, NC 27605
Please send an e-mail to: email@example.com or call 919.832.0594. Cancellations will be honored if notice is given by registration deadline noted above.