Real Estate Litigation

Boundary Line: A division between adjacent political entities, tracts of private land, or geographic zones…

Construction: Construction Disputes…

Forgery: Forgery consists of filling in blanks on a document containing a genuine signature, or materially altering or erasing an existing instrument…

Fraud and Misrepresentation: Under contract law, a plaintiff can recover compensatory damages against a defendant when a court finds that the defendant has committed fraudulent misrepresentation…

Landlord / Tenant: The area of law concerning renting and leasing residential or commercial property and the rights of both the owner and the renter or lessee…

Partition: Co-owners of land who no longer desire to be co-tenants may file a partition suit to sever the joint ownership…

Specific Performance: Generally speaking, the types of money damages available in a breach of contract case involving a real estate contract are the same which are available in other breach of contract cases…

Title: ownership of real property, which stands against the right of anyone else to claim the property…

Title Insurance Claim: A title insurance claim is an insurance claim that asks the title insurance company to compensate you for the losses resulting from a defect in the title of your property and from invalid or unenforceable mortgage liens against it…

Undue Influence: In contract law, a defense that can be used by a party to argue against the formation of a binding contract between two parties…