Florida Southeast Connection, LLC and its Right-of-Way agents are working to acquire property for the Florida Southeast Connection Pipeline. Construction of this pipeline project is expected to begin in 2016.
Florida law grants Natural Gas Pipeline Companies the power of eminent domain. This means such companies may have the authority to take or condemn your property if they can establish it is necessary for their pipeline project.
Before a pipeline company can exercise its power of eminent domain in Florida, it must negotiate in good faith to acquire your property. Currently, representatives from the Florida Southeast Connection are attempting to acquire property through negotiations. If all or part of your property is being taken by this project, you should consult an attorney for their advice as to what constitutes full compensation before accepting any offer made to you.
To find out more information on the Florida Southeast Connection, visit www.floridasoutheastconnection.com.
If you have received a letter from Florida Southeast Connection, LLC or know that your property will be condemned as part of this project, you should consider hiring an experienced eminent domain attorney as soon as possible to assist you in evaluating what constitutes “full compensation” for this taking of your property rights.
As a property owner, you have a constitutional right to receive full compensation for the taking of your property in Florida. This means the Government is required to pay your attorney’s fees and expert costs associated with exercising its power of eminent domain to take all or part of your property.
Call or email the attorneys at Sharma Eminent Domain Lawyers today to discuss how we can help you evaluate your case and recover full compensation for the taking of your property at (407) 270-9660 or email@example.com