ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT Property Settlements?
Property Litigation is a branch of law that deals with disputes relating to a property of all kinds. Property litigation typically involves settling disputes between property owners and their tenants but may also include a wide range of other issues relating to the ownership of residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural property. In other cases, real estate investors and owners can hire the services of a lawyer when they need legal advice; for example, for the drafting of contracts, or simply to obtain advice to prevent conflicts or problems in the future.
Property rights encompass practises relating to the purchase, sale, lease, and ownership of property. Within this category, there is a very wide range of issues that belong to the owners and tenants, as well as the owners of goods of all kinds. Property rights cover issues as diverse as owner-tenant relationships; certain transactions between home buyers and financial institutions; environmental issues; planning and development issues; as well as the purchase, sale, and leasehold properties. The terms “litigation” and “dispute resolution” are sometimes used interchangeably but refer to different processes within the practice of law. Litigation refers specifically to issues to be resolved within the judicial system, while dispute settlement refers to alternative methods that do not involve courts.