Real Estate Litigation

Montgomery Little attorneys have extensive experience and recognized expertise in a wide variety of disputes involving real estate. Real estate litigation, as a subspecialty, involves representing clients in trials, mediation, arbitration and appeals of all aspects of real estate, including:

  • Breach of real estate contracts, including leases and purchase agreements
  • Quiet title actions to determine ownership of property
  • Title insurance
  • Lease disputes, including actions for eviction and collection of past and future rent obligations
  • Property boundary and access disputes
  • Easements
  • Eminent domain and condemnation 
  • Routine and contested foreclosure actions for both commercial lenders and private investors
  • Judicial foreclosure actions 
  • Complex disputes over judgment liens and tax liens 
  • Lien priority disputes
  • Real estate broker license defense, liability claims and commissions disputes
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Residential real estate litigation
  • Mortgage related litigation, including priority issues and equitable subrogation
  • Mineral rights disputes
  • Appeals

Our attorneys combine real estate knowledge with expertise in the courtroom. We work hard to obtain a good result for our clients at a fair cost. We seek early resolution of disputes whenever possible, either through creative negotiation or participation in mediation or binding arbitration.



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