Purchase and Sale of Real Property (residential or
commercial): We can negotiate and prepare real estate contracts for sale
or purchase of residential, industrial, or commercial property. There
a number of conditions to consider in every real estate transaction, including
environmental reports, disclosure statements, inspection agreements,
arrangements, planning/zoning approvals, extension of time to purchase,
reports, title searches, review of title documents (easements, association
declaration, restrictions, etc.) In today's world, it is more than ever buyer beware.
Zoning/Planning: We provide legal services for land
use and zoning concerns in almost all situations. A common mistake for
some purchasers of commercial or industrial property is the lack of
of the land-use restrictions that the local government may place on the
property for which the purchase was intended to be used or what the
purchaser can build or expand on the property.
Title Search/Title Report: A common mistake for most
purchasers is an assumption that all title related matters, including
easements, right-of-way, driveway restrictions, land-use, restrictions,
documents, and other unknown documents would be covered under the title
insurance or title commitment reports. In most situations, the title
commitment report would list these title related matters as
"exceptions" or "subject to" the title of the property
being conveyed to the purchase. It is important that a real estate
attorney conducts a complete review of the title report and related
to allow for the purchaser to object to any condition or document that
impact the use of the property as intended.
Lease Agreement: We offer legal services in review of
lease agreements. Is the agreement more favorable for the landlord or
tenant or is it fair and equitable? Important considerations all persons should consider before signing or entering into a lease.
Financing: We provide legal assistance to landowners
or developers seeking financing for purchase or development of industrial
commercial tracts, including Industrial Revenue Bonds, Benefit District
formation, and other financing tools.
Litigation Involving Trespass, Property Damage, and
Nuisance: You can sue another person or a governmental entity for
nuisance or property damage. Parties who knowingly entered onto
property without permission can be held liable for trespass; Nuisance is where repeated incidents cause damage to the property or to
of the property by the owner.
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