Real Estate Litigation


In Texas, land is sold, leased or encumbered on a daily basis. Given the number of real estate transactions that occur in Texas it is not unexpected that many deals end up in litigation. Many statutes govern aspects of real estate in Texas, including the Texas Property Code, the Texas Business and Commerce Code, the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code, the Texas Occupations Code and the Texas Natural Resources Code, among many others.
Real estate disputes may involve fraudulent real estate sales, commercial lease disputes, disputes between and among residents and property owners or home owners’ associations, governmental regulatory, permitting, and zoning disputes, landlord and tenant lawsuits, probate estate claims, lien claims, and broker and realtor litigation.

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