When the government wants to take your land for a public project, how does the Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights help you?

When the state or a private entity wants to use eminent domain to take your property, they must provide you with a copy of the Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights, which explains your rights as a landowner and the requirements the government must meet in the eminent domain process.

Click this link to review the Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights.


Learn how to protect your rights when the government takes your land:
Texas Eminent Domain Guide

Act Now to Protect Your Rights and Your Land. 

Condemnation projects move quickly and deadlines affect your legal rights, so don't delay contacting an eminent domain attorney.

If you want to learn how we can help protect your rights as a Texas landowner, and get the peace of mind that comes with:

  • free confidential review of your case
  • Protection from right-of-way agent "dirty tricks"
  • Our free Texas Eminent Domain Guide explaining how to protect your rights
  • Our "No Win No Fee" Guarantee

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