Real estate disputes and litigation can be costly, time consuming and challenging. It can also, however, also be important to the property owner’s use of the property and their property rights. As a result, it is essential for property owners facing real estate litigation to be familiar with the legal resources available to protect their interests.
Real estate disputes can arise in the context of contract interpretations; interpretations of easements; failure to disclose defects; defects with the title; zoning and land use disputes; eminent domain concerns; boundary conflicts and disputes; and enforcing purchase agreements. Real estate litigation can help property owners resolve all of these types of disputes that may arise and can help clarify and preserve property rights.
There are many points along the way during a real estate transaction for property owners to ensure their rights are properly protected including when negotiation and drafting contract terms; executing and enforcing a contract; negotiating a purchase or sale; conducting a title search; interpreting an easement; challenging eminent domain claims; or requesting a variance from a restrictive zoning requirement. Each of these property interests requires careful attention.
Real estate law can help property owners secure their most important property-related interests. As a result, property owners should ensure they know how to use real estate litigation tools to help them reach the desired outcome in whatever situation they are facing which may include damages or enforcement of property rights. Having trained guidance to help property owners navigate the process to an agreeable solution can also be valuable.