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Buying, selling, planning, and developing real estate often requires the cooperation of many parties. Sometimes disagreements occur during this process that may be detrimental to the project. If you are involved in a real estate dispute and would like to learn more about your potential legal options in Orlando, Florida, the team from Bogin, Munns & Munns can discuss your claim during a free consultation. Our Orlando real estate litigation lawyers work with a broad range of real estate law and can help you decide on the best course of action based on your legal options.

If your claim involves a transactional disagreement, contract dispute, fraud, or any other real estate issue, our team at Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to help. Call (407) 578-9696 for a free consultation to discuss the details of your case.

Common Real Estate Legal Claims

According to the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, an affiliate of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP), Florida ranks fifth in the U.S. for all commercial real estate development. With increased activity comes a wide range of real estate legal claims.

Understanding the nature of real estate disputes may help you decide whether or not your claim could warrant legal action. Some common legal claims surrounding real estate include, but are not limited to:

  • Discrimination: Discrimination is typically defined as unfair or unjust action against an individual due to sex, race, gender, or ethnicity. Discrimination is illegal and grounds for legal action through the U.S. Government.
  • Issues with contractors: Some property owners rely on the work of contractors for construction, maintenance, and other services related to their property. If a contractor fails to provide an adequate or promised service that affects property value or the ability for the property to function as desired, this could lead to real estate litigation.
  • Fraud: Fraudulent activity is not uncommon in real estate transactions. There may be a tremendous amount of money exchanged throughout the process, and all parties involved should be honest about the condition and expectations of a property for an agreement to be fair. For example, if the utilities of a property are not functioning properly but a seller knowingly advertises the utilities to be in perfect shape, this misinformation may be classified as fraud. In this example, the repairs could be financially devastating to the potential new owner of the property. There are many forms of fraud, and if you were the victim of fraud you may be entitled to compensation.
  • Partnership disputes: Because real estate may be expensive or pertain to business matters, more than two individuals or entities may claim a stake in the investment. This could create different forms of disagreements. Failure to agree on a developmental direction, construction plan, contractors, or even day-to-day operations may result in the need for litigation to settle disputes fairly.
  • Zoning issues: Real estate development is governed by rules regulating the types of structures that can be built in any location where development is possible. Putting a shopping mall next to a quiet neighborhood, for example, may be a violation of zoning law.
  • Code violations: Every structure is subject to building codes that are designed to protect occupants and visitors. Coding rules differ depending on the jurisdiction of a standing structure, and may also vary based on the type of building.
  • Leasing and contract disputes: Much like transactional disputes, disputes regarding leases and contracts may occur for many reasons. One example is if a tenant in a real estate building tries to break a lease while a landlord still holds them accountable for payment. It may require legal arbitration to settle these types of disputes.
  • Common facilities: Sometimes tenants or occupants of a real estate property share space with others. This may lead to disagreement over how the common space in that property is shared, maintained, or used. While common areas are designed to provide an equal opportunity for everyone to enjoy a particular area, this is not always the case in practice. Common facilities may lead to ugly disagreements in real estate.
  • Boundary disputes: Every owned property has a legal boundary, but sometimes those boundaries are unclear. This may cause a disagreement between owners who share a common boundary line. If another party is infringing on your property, a real estate litigation lawyer may be able to help you settle your dispute.

These are just a few examples of the way real estate disputes and legal claims may arise. Real estate law is often complicated. If you are involved in a real estate dispute or are considering taking legal action, consider the benefits of speaking with an Orlando real estate litigation lawyer. Our team at Bogin, Munns & Munns can evaluate your case and help you pursue a settlement you may be entitled to. Call (407) 578-9696 today to find out if you might be eligible for compensation.

To consult with an experienced real estate litigation lawyer serving Orlando, call 855-686-6752

Potentially Recoverable Compensation

Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for financial compensation in a real estate litigation case. If a third party intentionally or unknowingly acted in a way that created financial loss, you may be entitled to reimbursement. If you were misled, unfairly treated, or are involved in a real estate dispute of any nature, the team at Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to help.

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