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Real Estate Litigation

Real estate disputes are increasingly common in today’s world. Whether you are a residential or commercial property owner, a condominium association, a property management company, or a commercial real estate developer, there is a good chance you will find yourself in a real estate dispute at some point


Some real estate disputes can be resolved out of court, but real estate litigation becomes necessary when the parties cannot agree to a solution.

What is Real Estate Litigation?
Real estate litigation is any type of a legal dispute arising out of real property or an interest in real property.

Real estate litigation could include a dispute that arises during the acquisition of property, or it could be a dispute arising out of ownership rights or other interest in a property. Real estate litigation is a tool used by – and against – real estate agents and brokers, buyers and sellers, and landlords and tenants in order to pursue legal rights, and redress perceived or experienced wrongs.

Common Real Estate Litigation Disputes:

  • Breach of Contract.

  • Failure to Disclose Defects.

  • Failure of Specific Performance.

  • Failure to Fulfill Obligations.

  • Negligence or Breach of Duty.

  • Boundary Disputes.

  • Breach of a Lease or Sales Contract, including Indemnity, Insurance, or other terms.

  • Landlord-Tenant disputes.

  • Breach of Construction Contracts or Terms.

  • Zoning disputes.

  • Encroachments.

  • Easements.

  • Title Disputes or Defects of Title.

  • Land Use Disputes.

  • Mortgage Disputes or Default, including Foreclosure.

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