Herbert Burgunder III
Real Estate, Litigation, Corporate
Not every real estate deal or real estate relationship goes perfectly. Sometimes you will need to go to court to protect your interests. A real estate litigator knows real estate law and how a judge might understand real property law. Typical types of real estate litigation include property line disputes, adverse possession, defects in title, clearing open mortgages, tax sale cases, mortgage foreclosures, breach of contract cases, landlord-tenant matters, and zoning relief (including variances, special exceptions, grandfathered uses, re-zonings, and declaratory judgment actions). A real estate litigator will not need to learn real estate law to prepare for your case.