Real Estate Disputes & Adverse Possession Claims

Axley has an excellent team of business real estate attorneys who are familiar with all aspects of real estate law. When disputes result out of real estate transactions, our real estate litigation attorneys take over, and work with our real estate attorneys to prepare a comprehensive claim or defense.

Our real estate litigation attorneys have been involved in all facets of real estate disputes, including:
  • Plat approval
  • Adverse possession
  • Condemnation
  • Zoning
  • Condominiums
  • Easements
  • Contract disputes
  • Title insurance
  • Foreclosure
  • Escrow disputes
  • Quiet title
  • Liens
  • Environmental
  • Non-disclosure

We represent sellers and buyers, as well as real estate professionals, including brokers, agents, title agents and appraisers.

Real Estate Disputes & Adverse Possession Claims Attorneys

Client Successes

Real Estate Litigation Relating to Use Restriction
Successfully represented real estate developer through trial in lawsuit filed by commercial tenant seeking damages in excess of $800,000 relating to the scope of a use restriction in the commercial lease prohibiting certain types of restaurants from operating near the tenants location.
Subdivision Plat
Represented developer challenging rejection of subdivision plat
Misrepresentation Claims
Prevailed at court trial on misrepresentation claims involving a failed attempt to purchase commercial property

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