Pipeline easement agreements stir questions, strong feelings

From the Roanoke Times:

Mountain Valley Pipeline’s controversial quest to bury a 42-inch diameter natural gas pipeline through the region requires the company to acquire easements across private property — a process that itself rouses strong reactions.


Chuck Lollar, a Norfolk-based lawyer who specializes in representing clients who are facing eminent domain cases, quotes the Latin phrase “caveat venditor” — “seller beware” — when discussing easement negotiations

Read the article on the Roanoke Times website.

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