Real Property Lawyers

Real Property Law:

Real property law is the law that protects a person's rights to possess, use, and enjoy land. Real property law also includes the interests a person is entitled to hold in real property, relationships between owners and the community, landlord and tenant relations, financing, including deeds and mortgages, purchases and leases.

Learn about the types of Real Property Law:

Agricultural Law
Boundary Disputes
Commercial Transactions
Community Association Law
Condemnation
Condominiums Law
Construction Contracts
Construction Law
Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act
Disclaimer Omissions
Easements
Egress Petition
Eminent_Domain
False Disclaimer Information
Fence Line Dispute
Fiduciary Duties
Forbearance
Homeowners' Association Law
Land Use and Zoning
Mineral Rights
Neighbor Building Permit Dispute
Neighbor Disutes
Oil Rights
Partnership Agreements
Property Line Dispute
Real Property Conveyance of Land
Real Property Litigation
Real Property Re-Zoning
Real Property Seller Disclosure Fraud
Water Rights

Forecloser and Loan Modification Law:

Avoid Foreclosure
California Short Sales
Debt Settlement
Forensic Loan Audit
Loan Modification
Loss Mitigation
Mortgage Fraud
Notice of Default (NOD)
Real Estate Foreclosures
Real Estate Fraud
Real Estate Owned (REO)
Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
Real Estate Short Sales
Second Mortgage
Short Pay Refinance
Short Sale vs. Foreclosure
Trustee's Sale
Truth In Lending

Land Use and Environment Law:

Agricultural Law
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
California Mineral Rights Law
Environment Law
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Land Use and Zoning
Mineral Rights
Oil Rights
Water Rights
Water Drilling Rights
Zoning Codes Changes
Zoning Codes Change Disputes

Real Property Law Legal Issue:

Real property law transactions are governed by federal as well as state law. Purchasing real property is one of the most difficult and important decisions in a person's life, which is why it is important to make sure your rights are protected. Some of the issues in real property law are:

  • Purchase and sale agreement disputes
  • Residential and commercial closings
  • Issues with residential and commercial leases
  • Title search review
  • Negotiation of documents
  • Assist with due diligence in buying of a building
  • Commercial closings
  • Commercial leases

What a Real Property Lawyer can do for you:

Real property lawyers have extensive experience dealing with many of the different areas of real estates, from leases to foreclosures. A real property lawyer will make sure that your financial interests are protected and your future assets will be protected as well.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you are going to make a real property transaction of any kind and need a real property lawyer to advise you on real property law, contact us today. Attorney Search Network can help you find a real property lawyer that can assist you.

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