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Understanding what to do in a real estate dispute

On Behalf of | Dec 20, 2018 | Real Estate Litigation |

Real estate litigation can arise in a variety of different contexts and it is important for those involved in a real estate dispute to know what to do. Real estate litigation can be complex with a lot on the line which is why landowners should be familiar with what to do in real estate litigation situations.

Real estate concerns and disputes that may lead to litigation can include boundary conflicts; easement interpretations and disputes; contract interpretations and disputes; enforcing purchase agreements; failure to disclose defects; title defects; and zoning and land use disputes. Title, land use and eminent domain concerns are significant concerns for landowners so they should be familiar with how to handle and address those concerns.

There are different legal options available to address real estate concerns and the best option is based on the situation, circumstances and goals of the parties. In some circumstances, the best approach may be negotiation and in other circumstances litigation may be the best remedy. There are also many different outcomes that may be available ranging from injunctive relief, specific enforcement or damages. Because a variety of complexities can come up associated with real estate litigation, it is important for property owners to be familiar with the real estate litigation process.

Because there is so much riding on property rights and knowing how to protect those rights, it is important for property owners to be familiar with legal resources, options and remedies when real estate disputes arise. Property owners should always be familiar with how they can protect their interests when the need arises.