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Eminent Domain and Condemnation

January 16, 2012

East Texas Landowner’s Impacted by Construction of Keystone XL Pipeline

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The Keystone XL Pipeline project spans from Canada all the way through East Texas to the Gulf of Mexico.  The Keystone XL is a 36 inch pipeline used for oil transport and spans 1,661 miles from Hardesty, Alberta, Canada to its termination near Nederland and Houston, Texas.  The Trans Canada company will oversee construction and installation of the pipeline.

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October 1, 2011

11 Tips To Protect Landowners Facing Eminent Domain / Condemnation Lawsuits

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1.  A government entity seeking to acquire your land through its power of eminent domain must provide you with a copy of the Landowner Bill of Rights published by the State of Texas the first time the entity contacts you about acquiring your land.  READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY AND SEEK THE ADVICE OF COUNSEL REGARDING YOUR RIGHTS AS A LANDOWNER. 

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