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Deadlines You Should Know in the Georgia Eminent Domain Process (video)

Once you have been notified that GDOT or another entity like a utility company wants all or part of your…

Who Is Responsible for Easement Maintenance in Georgia?

When the government decides to use your land for an easement, some people assume it’s no big deal. In reality,…

4 Things to Do When the Government Takes Your Land & 1 Thing to NOT Do

The Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution grants the government the right to take your private property for public use…

What are severance damages?

Severance damages are the amount of compensation a property owner may receive as the result of damage to the remainder…

How Do I Find an Easement on My Property?

If you own a property or are thinking of buying or selling a property, you want to know if there…

7 Examples of Eminent Domain: Key Takeaways for Property Owners Like You

The government has the power of eminent domain, the power to take private property for public use. In addition to…

What Does It Mean if There’s a Utility Easement on My Property?

If your property is subject to a utility easement, it means that a utility - private or government - has…

What is a sewer easement, and how does it affect my property?

A sewer easement gives the government the right to access and utilize your property when it needs to build or…

Landlocked Property Law: Can Eminent Domain Take Your Road Access?

So, GDOT has taken the part of your property that connected you to the road? You now have what’s known…

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