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092779 L'Etoile du Milieu-1200 Fifth Ave. v. City of Charlotte 10/15/2011 In a loss-payee action for remediation costs and damages resulting from a lead and arsenic contamination of the soil at that location, the circuit court correctly granted the plaintiffs' motion to amend the complaint and assess the defendants' liability to the loss-payee plaintiff, rather than the loss-payee plaintiff's assignee. Although the right to recover for remediation costs and damages from a contaminant were assignable in certain circumstances, the plaintiffs failed to establish an assignability of rights under North Carolina law. The circuit court correctly added the loss-payee plaintiff's parcel to the action, over the objection of the defendants. Accordingly, the judgment is reversed. I. It is the duty of a city to provide a safe and salubrious city environment in the interests of health, morals, comfort, safety, convenience, prosperity, amusement and general welfare. N.C. Gen. Stat. § 160A-318 (2007).
88235 19423 Page Ave. Condo. v. City of Virginia Beach 11/01/2012 In a city's suit to condemn certain easements in connection with a beach replenishment project, while alternatively claiming ownership of the easements, the circuit court had jurisdiction and was required to determine ownership of the condemned property as part of the condemnation proceeding. Based on public use and the city's exercise of dominion and control over the property, there was sufficient evidence proving that there was an implied dedication of this property and acceptance thereof by the city. Accordingly, the circuit court did not err in finding that the city had acquired ownership of the easements by implied dedication. The judgment of the circuit court is affirmed. 7211a4ac4a