Transactions and Disputes

The law governing real property is complex and relatively well-established, and navigating that universe often requires good legal counsel. The following is a list of some of the more common scenarios in which legal representation may be necessary:

  • Purchase/Sale agreements
  • Disclosure Issues (by seller or broker/agent)
  • Quiet Title (disputed ownership)
  • Lease agreements
  • Easements and encroachments
  • Eminent domain (involuntary government purchase)
  • Homeowners Association disputes
  • IRC 1031 Exchanges
  • Land use/zoning
  • Listing agreement disputes

Most of the common transactions involving real property require the transaction be documented with some form of confirmatory writing. Rarely are oral agreements enforceable when an interest in real property is involved.

What rights you have most likely will be determined by the written agreement as well as by the type of ownership interest you have.

If you have a question about your legal rights, or wish to speak to an attorney about your situation, please call us today at 510-663-9240, or contact us online to discuss your legal rights.

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