Real Estate Laws

by Fannie Thomas

Real Estate laws are laws that protect a person’s right to own, use, and enjoy land. The real estate laws also include interest to which a person is entitled to real estate, relations between the owners and the community, relations between landlord and tenant, funding, including deeds and mortgages, purchases and leases.

Consequences of the Real Estate Laws:

Federal and state laws also govern real estate transactions. Buying real estate is one of the most difficult and important decisions in a person’s life, so it is essential to make sure that your rights are protected. Some of the issues in the real estate laws are:

  • Disputes over the purchase and sale agreement
  • Residential and commercial closures
  • Problems with residential and commercial leases
  • Review of title research
  • Negotiation of documents
  • Assistance with due diligence in the purchase of a building

Real Estate Lawyers

We specialize in fraud, breach of contract, title, ADA violations, border dispute, construction of code violations, commercial lease agreement, construction defects, and contractor’s license cases.

We have represented real estate brokers, realtors, owners and contractors.

Examples of previous cases of real estate and construction that we have handled with the representation of:

  • A real estate agent, where it was alleged that the intermediary has been negligent;
  • The owner of a property in a silent action title against another owner of the property in which both parties claimed ownership of the same parcel;
  • The buyer of the property that states that the seller and the seller’s agent committed fraud in the sale of those goods;

  • The owner of a property where a person with a disability claimed the property violated the ADA;
  • The owner of a property in a dispute with a city in the construction of code violations;
  • A mortgage broker in case it was alleged that the broker has committed mortgage fraud;
  • A developer who was accused of having committed fraud and breach of contract and damage mold;
  • A contractor accused of having performed a defective job;
  • An owner who stated that his contractor left the job, and
  • An engineer accused of negligent work

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