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Stephon B. Bagne’s expertise in representing property owners in condemnation cases is widely recognized. Stephon has represented all types of property owners in a variety of situations including vacant and improved property, partial and total takings, easement and fee acquisitions, involving commercial and residential properties. He has won jury trials in courts throughout the State of Michigan and successfully defended those verdicts before the Michigan Court of Appeals. Stephon has prevailed in challenges of the necessity of takings and negotiated less onerous acquisitions in partial taking matters. He regularly speaks and writes about eminent domain and other real estate law issues for a variety of professional organizations. For a more complete bio, please click here.

 

 

 

 

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Thursday
Jul122018

Carvana Part of Adell Plan in Novi

I am excited to represent Carvana before the City of Novi in their efforts to build their first facility in Michigan.

In addition to representing property owners in eminent domain, I also maintain an active zoning practice. I am very excited to represent Carvana before the City of Novi in this project. It relates to Carvana's efforts to place their first Vending Machine Fulfillment Center in Michigan. If you do not know what this is, it is extremely cool, check it out.

This project will involve several interesting zoning issues, including evaluating where to zone an unlisted use and a type of agreement between the City and developer regarding how the property is developed, if approved.

If you have any zoning questions, please contact me.

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