REAL ESTATE DISPUTES
Typical real estate transactions include outright purchases, options, and leases. Real estate transactions are governed by a combination of federal statutes, state statutes and common law.
There are many types of legal claims that can arise out of any Real estate transaction. These include claims for breach of contract; fraud; earnest money; failure to disclose; and breach of fiduciary duty.
The lawyers at Danks, Miller, & Cory are experienced in handling all types of commercial and residential real estate matters. Our lawyers have routinely represented owners, developers, landlords, tenants and other clients in disputes involving:
- Purchase/sale contracts;
- Management and operating agreements;
- Ownership structure;
- Commercial leases;
- Construction disputes;
- Zoning and land use matters;
What is an action to “quiet title”?
A quiet title lawsuit is a lawsuit that is filed in order to establish a party’s title to real property against anyone else claiming an interest in the same property.
What is a partition action?
A property partition action involves filing a legal action to divide up or sell real property owned by multiple persons or entities. Any property owner who owns an undivided concurrent interest can generally file a partition lawsuit seeking such a division.
What is a lis pendens notice?
A lis pendens notice is a written notice that a lawsuit has been filed concerning a specific piece of real estate. The notice is typically filed in the land records for the county where the property is located.
To discuss how one of our lawyers can assist you with your real estate matter, contact us online or call our office at 601-957-3101.