Texas Land Partition

Land Partition Practices Presentation – Wharton County Bar Association

Landowner Rights Attorney Philip Hundl talks about his experiences with land partition cases, emphasizing the importance of understanding statutes and procedures. Key points include the role of special commissioners, appraisals, mediation, and the challenges of handling disputes among co-owners in land partition cases. Philip also touches upon the time frame, costs involved, and the need […]

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Is Your Land Affected by the DeLa Express Pipeline Project

Understand Your Rights as a Landowner: DeLa Express Pipeline Project Overview

Hi everyone, Phil Hundl here with an important pipeline alert regarding the DeLa Express pipeline project. This massive 690-mile pipeline, associated with Moss Lake Partners, will stretch across Texas and end near Lake Charles, Louisiana. As a landowner who may be affected by this project, it’s crucial that you understand your rights and the condemnation

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Is Your Property Affected by Road Expansion Projects in Fort Bend County

Is Your Property Affected by Fort Bend County Road Expansion?

Is your property affected by a road expansion project in Texas? In this video, eminent domain and property condemnation attorney Philip Hundl talks about information you should be aware of if you are impacted by road projects anywhere in Texas. Call 800-266-4870 to meet with Philip. Summary of Eminent Domain and Landowners Affected by Road

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Eminent Domain vs. Condemnation Is There a Difference

Eminent Domain vs. Condemnation – Is There a Difference?

Philip Hundl, a landowner rights attorney, explains the differences between eminent domain and condemnation, the process of condemnation, and the rights of landowners facing condemnation proceedings. Hi, I’m Philip Hundl. I’m an attorney in Wharton County. My practice primarily focuses on representing landowners facing condemnation proceedings. The terms eminent domain and condemnation often come up.

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Tres Palacious Lateral - Matterhorn Pipeline Alert for Wharton County Landowners

Wharton County Landowners Alert: Tres Palacious Lateral Pipeline

In this video, Landowner Rights Attorney Philip Hundl describes the Tres Palacious Lateral pipeline affecting landowners in Wharton County, Texas. Don’t try to navigate the condemnation process without experienced legal help. You can setup a meeting with Philip by calling 800-266-4870 or texting 979-320-9320. We can meet with you in person at our office in

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