The Real Estate litigation practice at Arden Law encompasses a wide range of litigation concerns stemming from the business of income-producing real estate properties and a varying array of real estate projects – including office buildings, retail centers, and industrial properties.
The complexity of the multiple, interrelated contracts that connect multiple parties to any particular real estate project can often be a fertile environment for contentious disputes. By its very nature, successful land acquisition, financing, project development, property leasing and property management can be a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. When all of these interrelated activities become part of a larger real estate project, problems can, and often do arise. The most common problem areas can include:
Issues arising with real estate purchase and sale agreements
Title issues and boundary line disputes
Environmental impact issues
Torts involving damage to real property
Real estate projects can be extremely complex and as such, the risk of disputes is omnipresent. Arden Law is a highly experienced firm with a successful track record of solving complex real estate disputes, and our experience leaves us uniquely poised to assist you in your next real estate matter.
When engaged with a client, Arden Law will develop a comprehensive understanding of the contractual relations, business goals and equitable tort concepts that are required by the client’s unique situation. In this way, Arden Law ensures that we can always keep our clients best interests at the fore, regardless of how it unfolds. Whether the dispute is resolved in a State, Federal or Bankruptcy court, or it is resolved during a successful arbitration engagement, Arden Law real estate litigation services will ensure that your rights and interests are always protected and championed.
- Commercial Leasing Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Specific Performance Actions
- Eminent Domain
- Environmental and Land Use Litigation
- Title Claims
- Injuctive Relief to Protect or Enforce Real Property Rights