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Some of our Eminent Domain & PUC Client Successes

Semi-Urban Development Property (215 acres) – Randall County property on with TxDOT was threatening to condemn 34 acres for a new roadway.

TxDOT’s initial offer – $544,836 | Client’s gross proceeds from settlement – $2,204,736

South Texas Ranch (8,744 acres) – working ranch property in Webb County on which a utility company was threatening to condemn an 87-acre easement for a power line.

Utility’s initial offer – $352,800 | Client’s gross proceeds from settlement – $834,174

Panhandle Farm (991 acres) – farm property in Castro County on which a utility company condemned a 13.1- acre easement for a power line.

Utility’s initial offer – $35,563 | Client’s gross proceeds after litigation – $140,608

Permian Basin Oil & Gas Property (560 acres) – Reeves County property on which a pipeline company was threatening to condemn a 9.3-acre easement for an oil and gas pipeline.

Pipeline company’s initial offer – $44,098 | Client’s gross proceeds from settlement – $134,739

Panhandle Ranch (2,400 acres) – ranch property in Collingsworth County on which a utility company condemned a 54.3-acre easement for a power line.

Utility’s initial offer – $65,232 | Client’s gross proceeds after litigation – $237,336

East Texas Timber Property (2,901 acres) – heavily forested property in Bowie County on which a utility company was threatening to condemn a 63-acre easement for a power line.

Utility’s initial offer – $222,602 | Client’s gross proceeds from settlement – $517,910

Semi-Urban Development Property (670 acres) – Randall County property on which TxDOT condemned 8 acres for a new roadway.

TxDOT’s initial offer – $62,308 | Client’s gross proceeds after litigation – $306,785

South Texas Ranch (906 acres) – Webb County ranch property on which a utility company was threatening to condemn a 6-acre easement for a power line.

Utility’s initial offer – $24,400 | Client’s gross proceeds from settlement – $121,208

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