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Eminent Domain and Condemnation Eminent Domain and Condemnation

Practice AreasReal Estate Law › Eminent Domain and Condemnation

Condemnation Cases

Langley and Banack, Inc., represents and advises governmental entities and private property owners in all aspects involved in the condemnation process including: pre-suit negotiations, relocations and damages related to an eminent domain action and litigation and appeals regarding the purpose and damages from an eminent domain action.  In addition, our condemnation attorneys also represent governmental entities and private property owners involved with inverse condemnation claims or regulatory taking claims where a governmental action has damaged or deprived someone the use of their real property.

Real Property Law

Our law firm represents and advises governmental entities, borrowers, lenders, private property owners and fiduciaries in all aspects involved in real estate law.  Our practice area includes representing purchasers and investors in conducting due diligence and negotiations for the sale or acquisition of real property; and drafting, analyzing and negotiating contracts for the lease, acquisition, or sale of real property.  We also represent clients in matters related to title issues, evictions, leasing, tenancy issues, breach of contract, premise liability and construction defects.  We also handle matters involving Homeowners Association and Condominiums.

Land Use

Langley and Banack, Inc., represents and advises local government entities (municipalities, school districts, counties, utility companies, housing authorities, universities including their respective boards, commissions and officials) and private property owners in administrative or land litigation matters involving zoning and land use issues including vested rights, waivers and variances of certain land use conditions, rough proportionality issues, water rights, land condemnation, platting, annexation, property development issues, code compliance issues, dedications and easements, public and private utility issues and constitutional claims.


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