Boston Real Estate Litigation Attorneys
Representing Corporate & Individual Clients in Real Estate Disputes
Rose Law Partners successfully represents developers, buyers, sellers, tenants, and landlords in real estate litigation. Rose Law Partners has litigated matters involving offers to purchase, purchase and sale agreements, lease agreements, development agreements, and condominium association disputes. Rose Law Partners has also represented residential owners in litigation against zoning and planning boards and historic commissions.
Real Estate Litigation Matters
Rose Law Partners represents corporate and individual clients in disputes arising from the purchase and sale, lease, and development of real estate. Representative matters include:
- Defending tenants’ breach of contract claims against commercial landlords;
- Enforcing development agreements and personal guarantees;
- Successfully obtaining the equitable reformation of a deed;
- Representing parties in sale and lease commission disputes; and
- Successfully defending against motion for lis pendens and real estate attachment.
What Is Real Estate Litigation?
Real estate litigation can cover a vast range of legal conflicts and topics, due to how complex real estate transactions are regarding policies, different laws, and legal rights. Real estate litigation is put in place to resolve legal disputes using various mechanisms and court actions. Typically, a real estate lawsuit will end with damages being awarded from one party to another.
Real estate contracts are one of the main subjects of real estate litigation. This contract governs the sale of the property and the transfer of the title. In order to avoid disputes and legal issues, these should be clearly written.
Some common real estate litigation issues besides contract disputes can include:
Issues with foreclosure
Disputing penalty clauses listed in the contract
Mortgage defaults and disputes
Implied warranties (like if the house is livable)
One of the more common issues litigated over is the subject of foreclosure. It is necessary to file a lawsuit to see if foreclosure can be prevented, or should be allowed to move forward. Contact our attorneys today to help guide you through the process.
Contact our Boston real estate litigation attorneys at (617) 712-0230.