Real estate litigation typically involves properties and projects that may include office buildings, apartment buildings, retail centers, and specialty properties, for example. Litigation could factor in during just about any phase, from acquisition and financing to construction and leasing.

So how exactly do real estate disputes come about? Well, they regularly come out of the complex contracts of the various parties who have an interest in the property. Not to mention, tort claims of various kinds may be asserted, from broad common law claims, such as fraud and tortious interference with other claims like trespassing, encroachment, and nuisance. Keep in mind that equitable considerations are often present because of the nature of real property rights.

Now that you have a basic idea of real estate litigation, where does our litigation law firm come into play? Real estate attorneys are required to have a comprehensive understanding of a project’s contractual relations, business goals, and equitable concepts. You can feel comfortable knowing that our civil litigation professionals have a wealth of experience revolving around real estate. As keen negotiators and litigators, we’ve resolved numerous cases that exceed client expectations.

Take Mr. Cavett, for example. He has successfully represented commercial and individual clients in a range of real estate issues that include boundary disputes, delinquent tax sales, easement and roadway cases, adverse possession and prescriptive easements, contract disputes, restrictive covenant cases, construction litigation, and title insurance claims. Whether you work with Mr. Cavett or one of our attorneys, you can rest assured that you’re in the best of hands. Our more than 60 years of experience speaks for itself.

Don’t let the possibility of real estate litigation become intimidating. Instead, make the decision to consult one of our litigation professionals.

At Cavett, Abbott & Weiss, PLLC, you can’t afford to go to court without us!®


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