Real Estate Litigations

Real estate litigation refers to legal disputes or conflicts related to property, land, or real estate transactions. These disputes can arise between various parties involved in real estate transactions, including buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, developers, contractors, and neighbors.

Real estate litigation cases can encompass a wide range of issues, including but not limited to:

  1. Contract Disputes - Relating to sale and agreement to sale 

  2. Property Disputes / Specific performance 

  3. Landlord-Tenant Disputes 

  4. Construction Defects

  5. Zoning and Land Use

  6. Title Disputes

  7. Foreclosure & Mortgage Disputes

  8. Real Estate Fraud

  9. Neighbor Disputes

  10. Real Estate Fraud

Real estate litigation can be complex and often requires the expertise of attorneys specializing in real estate law. These attorneys may represent clients in negotiations, mediation, arbitration, or litigation proceedings to resolve disputes and protect their interests. Additionally, real estate litigation may involve various legal principles and statutes specific to real property law, contract law, tort law, and other relevant areas of law.