For many individuals and businesses, property might be the most valuable asset they own, so when real estate disputes arise, it can cause a huge disruption in business and jeopardize your most valuable asset. Real estate litigation is incredibly complex, and is often bound by intricate contracts, so parties like contractors, property owners, developers, investors, and lenders, among others, can find themselves entangled in complicated disputes.
Types Of Real Estate Disputes
Businesses can face many types of real estate disputes, but some of the most common include:
- Earnest Money Contracts
- Lender Liability Disputes
- Lease Disputes
- Adverse Possession Disputes
- Easement Conflicts
- Construction Litigation
Local ordinances and state laws often guide real estate disputes, but regardless of where the dispute occurs, there are several constants. Landlords renting property have certain duties to their tenants; and, in turn, renters must abide certain rules. If either party violates these duties, disputes can easily arise and become convoluted by involving third parties like construction companies and financial institutions.
Resolving Real Estate Disputes
Having an experienced real estate lawyer is crucial in any type of real estate litigation. Involving a lawyer early in the process can help resolve disputes before they escalate out of control.
At Callender Bowlin, our attorneys carefully review all of your real estate contracts and thoroughly investigate your legal issues to identify the best way to resolve your dispute. We utilize a “business first” perspective when addressing real estate litigation because your business objectives should drive the litigation, not the other way around.