Experienced Real Estate Litigation Counsel
The one factor that distinguishes real estate from other commodities is that every parcel of land, no matter how mundane or ordinary, is unique. This means that for a purchase of a particular piece of property, there is no exact substitute. Even with a block of identical row houses, each one is unique as it’s address number indicates.
When problems develop with a real estate transaction or other matter, the remedies are also likely to be unique. Our attorney at Jeffrey L. Hersh, Attorney at Law can help you should you find yourself dealing with a real estate transaction that failed or blew up or where defects or other problems with the property only disclose themselves later.
Real Estate Litigation Involves A Wide Variety Of Issues
Given the uniqueness of real estate, it’s not surprising that there is a near-infinite number of issues that can develop into disputes and then to formal litigation. They often involve issues related to the sale or purchase of property or of matters of latent defects or other misrepresentations.
Common Litigation Issues include:
- Boundary disputes
- Breaches of contract
- Contractor disputes
- Failure to disclose defects
- Faulty construction
- Violations of the terms of an agreement
Many residential and commercial real estate disputes involve leases. We have substantial experience assisting individuals and businesses with litigation involving landlord-tenant disputes, including issues of:
- wrongful eviction
- withholding a deposit
- allegations of criminal activity
- failure to provide upkeep
- failure to provide proper maintenance
Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your real estate litigation matters. In Westchester, Putnam and Fairfield counties, you can reach the firm of Jeffrey L. Hersh, Attorney at Law, by calling 203-769-1090 or by using our online contact form to schedule an appointment. For the convenience of our clients, we also offer Spanish translation services.