Real Property Litigation
Our attorneys can work with you to resolve your legal matter
Real property litigation cases often involved real estate transactions. In particular, such cases often concern contracts related to real estate disputes. That’s why it’s critical that you consult with an attorney familiar with real estate law and contract law in your jurisdiction.
Our knowledgeable legal team at Eller Tonnsen Bach, LLC can help you every step of the way. We have extensive experience dealing with cases involving real property and business litigation matters in South Carolina and North Carolina. As a result, we have the knowledge and expertise you need to develop a comprehensive strategy that addresses your specific legal needs.
What are common real property litigation cases?
Real property litigation cases often involve real estate contract disputes. Such cases may include:
- Failure to disclose legally required information during the purchase or sale of a property.
- Property easement disputes.
- Eminent domain-related matters.
- Commercial landlord, tenant disputes.
- Construction litigation, including mechanic’s liens.
Don’t underestimate the complexity or the urgency of your legal matter. In many cases, many real property disputes need to be resolved quickly due to certain deadlines that often apply to real estate transactions. Our attorneys understand the importance and necessity of resolving such cases in a timely manner. We also strive to find cost-effective solutions whenever possible.
What are common solutions for such disputes?
Depending on what type of legal issue you’re dealing with, many different solutions may be possible for resolving your dispute. Such solutions may include:
- Obtaining a summary judgment on your behalf.
- Negotiating a settlement agreement in order to avoid legal action or going to court.
- Filing a claim against the property owner, a prospective buyer or another business.
- Filing a lawsuit or taking other legal action.
Whatever approach you decide to take, you can rely on our legal team to provide personalized attention for your real estate dispute. We have worked with individual professionals, small business owners and Fortune 500 companies. In each case, we take the time to carefully investigate such complex legal matters, then work towards a positive outcome with measurable results.
How we can help you
This may be your only opportunity to hold the at-fault party accountable in your real property dispute. Take decisive legal action. Contact our law firm and schedule an appointment with an attorney at one of our three office locations in South Carolina and North Carolina.