Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation

Some times things can go wrong in a transaction and a party does not fulfill their obligations under the contract or lease. In such an event, an experienced real estate attorney can assist you in resolving the issue whether through settlement or litigation. The failure of a landlord to fulfill its promises in a lease to rent habitable premises, failure to repair essential services, failure to disclose the location of a security deposit or to return it at the end of lease. A tenant’s early termination of a lease, failure to pay rent or fulfill its promises in the lease are examples of a breach in a lease. The seller who does not vacate the property by the date of closing, or a seller who is unable to deliver clear title. The buyer who does not close, terminates the contract for no viable reason. The boundary line problem, open mortgages, rogue deeds, chain of title defects. These are some examples of issues that can result in litigation.

Engaging an attorney with real estate experience is important. Our firm has over 25 years of real estate experience in northern New Jersey.