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REAL PROPERTY DISPUTES
Real Property Disputes: Practices
Wellspring Advisers helps clients successfully resolve a wide range of disputes efficiently and effectively, whether they stem from commercial lease disputes, land use issues, workout litigation, partnership disputes, title disputes, real estate brokerage matters, sale and acquisition disputes, or other related commercial and business disputes. We represent clients in state and federal courts, arbitral organizations and other alternative dispute resolution arenas, as well as federal and state agencies. We represent developers and builders to owners, landlords, commercial tenants, real estate management companies, institutional investors, lenders, and contractors.
Typical representations include:
Specific performance actions to enforce sale agreements, rights of first refusal, and other contractual rights relation to real property.
Partition actions to divide previously undivided interests in real property, such as joint tenancies.
Actions to clear clouds on title and title defects.
Mechanics' lien suits of contractors, subcontractors, and materials suppliers.
Creditors' suits to enforce judgment liens.
Reformation of deeds, deeds of trust, and other instruments to correct errors.
Actions to establish or clear title to property, easements, and other property rights.
Actions to establish disputed boundary lines.
Declaratory judgment actions to clarify property rights between competing claimants.
Condemnation actions and other eminent domain litigation.
Landlord-tenant disputes relating to commercial properties, including:
CAM, taxes, and rent disputes
Demolition clause disputes
Termination clause disputes
Early lease termination clause disputes
Renewal clause disputes
Tenant default disputes
Landlord default disputes
Forcible entry and detainer actions
Improper use/non-permitted use disputes
Zoning/development/legal use rights disputes
Mortgage/Lien Foreclosure Litigation
Mortgage foreclosure litigation
Receivership appointment disputes
Lender liability disputes
Representation of tenants of property in foreclosure
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