A substantial part of our litigation practice involves real estate and timeshare disputes. We have handled cases in a wide variety of subject areas, including:
BOUNDARY DISPUTE/ADVERSE POSSESSION/EASEMENT
BREACH OF CONTRACT/FRAUD/RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY DISCLOSURES
Boundary Dispute/Adverse Possession/Easement
Boundary disputes can be frustrating and emotional for all parties concerned. Our firm handles a wide variety of boundary dispute, adverse possession, and easement cases. These cases often involve claims of trespass and quiet title, and are typically brought in Chancery Court.
Breach of Contract/Fraud/Residential Property Disclosures
The failure to disclose defects during the sale of the house can lead to liability for the seller. However, this is an area of law prone to confusion, where purchasers sometimes have overlapping claims under breach of contract, fraud, and residential property disclosure theories. We have represented both purchasers and sellers in cases involving these issues, as well as other issues involving real estate contracts such as options to purchase.
Our firm represents purchasers and builders in a variety of contracting disputes, including in both Chancery Court and the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Construction and contracting disputes are amongst the most difficult cases for clients – after all, they are often living through a construction project that has gone wrong.
Our firm has handled numerous cases involving nuisance, drainage, mold infestation resulting in a failure to disclose or negligence claim, and even toxic tort claims.
We represent both landlords and tenants in residential and commercial lease disputes.
When a Tennessee landowner has property taken through the process of condemnation/eminent domain, he or she is entitled to fair compensation. Our firm has handled a wide variety of condemnation and inverse condemnation cases.