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Eminent Domain Procedure in North Carolina

What is Eminent Domain? Eminent Domain refers to the legal process by which the government uses its power to take private property for public use, such as the construction of roads, highways, schools, parks, or municipal buildings. Federal, state, and local governments are all vested with eminent domain power. (more…)

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The Earlier The Mediation, The Better

The rules implementing statewide mediated settlement conferences in North Carolina generally require litigants to attend a pre-trial mediated settlement conference and typically a case management order establishes a deadline for completion of the conference.  Parties are free to decide how close to the deadline (or early) that the conference will be scheduled. There is a […]