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Matters that can lead to real estate litigation

No one wants to find themselves tied up in real estate litigation, but there could come a point when you have no choice but to fight back.

Real estate litigation can impact many categories of people and companies, including but not limited to homeowners, lenders, developers and builders.

While there are many steps you can take in an attempt to settle your differences out of court, such as mediation, there could come a time when you have no choice but to use litigation to find a solution once and for all. Some of the most common real estate matters that lead to litigation include:

  • Contract disputes
  • Zoning and land issues
  • Purchase or sale agreements
  • Construction defect claims
  • Adverse possession
  • Foreclosure disputes
  • Escrow and title disputes
  • Agent or broker negligence
  • Unlawful detainer actions
  • Failure to disclose
  • Any form of fraud

At our law firm, we've represented both plaintiffs and defendants in all types of real estate matters. Over the years, we've come to find that no two cases are the same, regardless of how they appear on the surface. This is why it's so important for the client to learn as much as possible about his or her particular situation.

If you run into any real estate-related issue, take the time to better understand your legal rights and the steps you can take to protect yourself. You never want to find yourself in this position, but if you do, you can't sit back and hope that everything works out on its own. You need to take control so that you put yourself in position to achieve the desired result.

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