Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation

It is unlikely that you, as a property owner, landlord, property manager, commercial developer, or even a buyer, won’t come across disputes in the real estate industry. A real estate dispute can happen for many reasons and becomes an issue if neither party is able to come to a common agreement. Real estate litigation is the next step for buyers, sellers, and landlords to seek legal rights and fix wrongdoings if no consensus is made.

Being a landlord or tenant can bring its own set of stressors and struggles, and the last thing anyone wants is a dispute leading to litigation. On both sides, the need to have the buying and selling process go smoothly can benefit everyone involved, and if disputes do come up, it can help to have a real estate attorney resolve them efficiently.

Common Causes of Real Estate Litigation

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The buyer or seller conducts a breach of contract.

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There is a failure to disclose damage or a defect on the property.

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There is a breach of duty or negligence on the real estate agent’s end, leading to private information leaking or the client’s best interests not being met.

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The property lines are not correctly set forth, and a boundary dispute arises.

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One party fails to perform their side of the contract.

Do you need a real estate attorney?

When you are in the business of selling or renting out properties, real estate litigation is something many may happen upon. If you are in the process of becoming a landlord or buying a space to live in or conduct business, having a real estate attorney on your side can help ensure your best interests are kept safe, and if any problems arise, you are protected.

Hunter Law Group

1900 W. 75th St.
Ste. 120
Prairie Village, KS 66208

913-320-3830