Walker Law has in-depth expertise in real estate litigation. Disputes involving real estate may take many forms, such as a counterparty backing out of an agreement for purchase and sale, a seller’s failure to disclose a latent defect, misrepresentations, property damage, adverse possession and breaches of lease agreements.
We deal with fraudulent mortgages, fraudulent conveyances, asset protection and certificates of pending litigation. We handle Commercial Tenancies Act matters including distraints, lockouts and relief against forfeiture. We have represented clients with boundary disputes and construction lien issues. We act before Commercial Lien Court representing contractors and owners in the registration and discharge of liens, breach of trust, Building Code dispute and deficiency claims. We have also represented clients suing for damages that arise from the failure to close on a sale of real property.
We understand that purchasing real estate, whether as an individual or through a company, may be the largest investment you ever make. As such, we work diligently to avoid prolonged litigation and find the most effective route to a resolution.
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