In this video, Land Rights Law Attorney Philip Hundl gives a Blackfin Project update, and he talks about what you should do if the right of way agent demands access to your land. Call or text 800-266-4870 for an appointment. You can meet with Philip by phone, online or at his office in El Campo, Texas.
Summary of the Blackfin Project Update Video
Hi, this is Philip Hundl. I’m here to provide a Blackfin Project Update. Blackfin is a pipeline project by Whitewater Midstream.
The project is becoming very active, beginning in Colorado County, going essentially over Houston, Montgomery County, and dropping back down into Jefferson County. Whitewater Midstream has hired right of way acquisition company Norfleet to contact landowners for temporary access to properties for surveying purposes.
If you’re a landowner and you’ve been contacted by Norfleet’s right of way acquisition agents, be aware that you have rights when it comes to granting access to your property. We’ve noticed some confusion, with agents entering properties without permission, assuming they will get permission anyway due to eminent domain power. However, without an agreement in place or action by a court, they do not have the right to enter your property at this stage.
Understanding Your Rights and the Process
It’s important to know your rights as a landowner and better understand the eminent domain and condemnation process during these early stages of the Blackfin Pipeline Project. Be aware of what your rights and the pipeline company’s obligations are when it comes to accessing your property.
To learn more about your rights and how to protect them, I encourage you to watch my condemnation process steps videos on YouTube for more information. If you’re facing condemnation of your land by a pipeline company, please contact an experienced land rights law attorney for help in protecting your rights. Good luck, and stay informed about what’s going on with the Blackfin Project.
Get the Help You Need Now
Start protecting your rights as a landowner by calling 800-266-4870 for an appointment with Land Rights Law Attorney Philip Hundl. Meetings can be by phone, online or in person at his office in El Campo in Wharton County.