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Real Estate Litigation

Real estate litigation can be complex, involving substantial investments and intricate legal agreements. When disputes arise, the rights and interests of buyers, sellers, investors, and developers can be put at risk. These litigations encompass legal disputes which can come from purchase agreements, leases, construction contracts, and property rights. The complexities often involve contractual interpretations and claims of breach of duty.  Our team can help you navigate these disputes by providing legal guidance, analyze the contracts in questions, conduct thorough investigations, and represent you in negotiations, mediation, arbitration, or courtroom litigation.

 

Expert real estate litigation attorneys act as the protector of the client’s real estate interests. We will diligently safeguard your rights whether you are the buyer, seller, investor, or developer. Our attorneys are familiar with the relevant laws and are able to identify potential issues or breaches while also seeking fair resolutions, compensation for damages, and enforcing your rights.

 

Real estate disputes can be multifaceted and require intricate legal analysis. When you are represented by one of our attorneys, they will work to protect your investments, preserve property rights, and work towards a favorable outcome that aligns with your goals. In order to do this, they use their skills and experience to identify the most effective path forward while aiming to minimize cost, time delays, and disruptions to business or personal matters.

 

We aim to minimize costs because we know how real estate disputes can have significant financial implications for all parties. We do this by conducting thorough analyses of financial records, property valuations, and contractual obligations to see the extend of the damages incurred. Once there is an expansive understanding of the situation, either through negotiation or courtroom representation, we seek fair compensation for the financial losses resulting from breach of contract, fraud, negligence, or other real estate disputes.

 

Engaging in real estate litigation can be stressful and overwhelming which is why hiring representation can take that weight off of your shoulders. Expert real estate litigation attorneys offer more than just legal representation; they offer support and guidance throughout the entire process. The goal is to maximize results and achieve the best possible outcome for your real estate dispute. Once that stress is taken off of your plate, you can go back to focusing on your personal or business endeavors while the attorneys fight for your real estate interests.

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Real estate litigation in Pennsylvania involves legal disputes related to property matters, such as contract disputes, landlord-tenant conflicts, title issues, zoning disputes, boundary disputes, performance failures, easements and eminent domain cases. Attorneys represent clients in negotiations, mediation, arbitration, or court proceedings to resolve these conflicts.

  • Landlord/Tenant Conflicts
  • Zoning Disputes 
  • Title Issues

 

If you are struggling to find an attorney to help you with these issues, give us a call we will be happy to recommend someone that may be able to help!

In Pennsylvania, failure to disclose a defect on a property may warrant a lawsuit if the seller intentionally conceals or misrepresents material defects that could significantly impact the property’s value or pose safety concerns to the buyer.

Yes, as a tenant, you may have grounds to sue a contractor if their negligent or faulty work directly affects your safety, well-being, or property within the rented premises. Consult an attorney to assess your specific situation and legal options.

In real estate litigation, involving your real estate agent depends on their involvement in the matter. If their actions contributed to the dispute or you seek legal advice, consulting them might be beneficial, but it’s not always necessary.

The main difference between commercial real estate litigation and residential real estate litigation lies in the type of properties involved. Commercial real estate litigation concerns disputes related to commercial properties like offices, retail spaces, or industrial buildings. Residential real estate litigation involves legal conflicts related to residential properties, such as houses, condos, or apartments, and typically involves issues like landlord-tenant disputes, property transactions, and homeowner associations. The complexity and legal issues may vary based on the type of property and the parties involved.

Many real estate contracts will actually force the parties to try arbitration or mediation prior to moving to litigation. As most people know, litigation is the most expensive option. If you can cut your costs, you should! Kaminsky Law offers ADR services as well so do not hesitate to reach out. 

In Pennsylvania, real estate litigation is typically filed in the county where the property in question is located. This is because the court that has jurisdiction over the property’s location is the one that can best handle and address the specific legal issues related to that property.

Anton Kaminsky, Kaminsky Law's founding partner, is an aggressive and creative lawyer that takes a modern approach to business, personal injury, and employment litigation

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Kaminsky Law is a small business-oriented litigation Law firm licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey with cost-effective approach to lawsuits, settlements, and dispute resolution.