Real Estate Litigation

When a real estate dispute arises, is litigation the only option?

Disputes are possible in any legal field, including real estate. If you are dealing with any type of real estate dispute, such as a property defect or boundary dispute, you may be able to resolve the matter outside of the courtroom through negotiation. This will usually be an attorney's first course of action, with litigation only considered if it is impossible to reach and out-of-court agreement.

Real Estate Litigation

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    When a real estate dispute arises, is litigation the only option?

    Disputes are possible in any legal field, including real estate. If you are dealing with any type of real estate dispute, such as a property defect or boundary dispute, you may be able to resolve the matter outside of the courtroom through negotiation. This will usually be an attorney's first course of action, with litigation only considered if it is impossible to reach and out-of-court agreement.

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    What are some situations that may result in real estate litigation?
    Real estate litigation may arise from various issues. Some possibilities include: boundary disputes, homeowners association disputes, construction defects and delays, property defects, breaches of contract and landlord-tenant disputes.