Texas Condemnation Rights is a resource for Texas property owners who need information about eminent domain and condemnation. It provides you with information about pipelines, high voltage transmission lines, highways and other projects that are using eminent domain to acquire rights of way. It will also answer many of your general questions about eminent domain and condemnation proceedings.
The author of this website is Attorney Philip Hundl of the law firm of Wadler, Perches, Hundl and Kerlick. Mr. Hundl heads of a team of lawyers representing Texas landowners in condemnation cases. You can schedule an in-person, online or telephone appointment with Mr. Hundl by calling or texting 800-929-1725. You can also request a no-obligation case evaluation by clicking this link and then sending us a case evaluation form.
Philip Hundl was everything and more when we were faced with possible condemnation by a pipe line. He made himself available to us within hours of first talking to him, did a careful examination of our property to fully understand our concerns, and then he gave us a complete and clear pathway to follow. I could not have been more impressed. A true Texas gentleman and a scholar. Look no further.
Texas is a growing state and our landowners are often approached by companies or their agents seeking to condemn or take your property. You have rights in that process and the video above reviews those rights.
Does that company have the right to take your property? It might under the power of eminent domain if the property is being acquired for a “public use”.
If your property can be taken under eminent domain, the company must still provide you with a copy of the Landowner’s Bill of Rights under the Texas Property Code, Chapter 21. The Landowner’s Bill of Rights describes that process to be followed in condemnation proceedings.
Talk with an Attorney Regarding Your Texas Condemnation Rights
This website and the Landowner’s Bill of Rights can provide you with vital information about eminent domain and the process of condemnation, but you should also get help from an experienced attorney who knows the facts of your situation. Contact Attorney Philip Hundl at 800-929-1725 for an appointment or click this link for a no-obligation case evaluation.
We have offices in Bay City in Matagorda County, Wharton and El Campo in Wharton County and Richmond and Fulshear in Fort Bend County. We also represent landowners all over Texas by using online and telephone conferences.