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How we help with the complexities of real estate law

Whenever you're buying and selling real estate, you're investing a terrific amount of capital in a tangible and valuable asset. This means that any mistakes made during the process can be highly detrimental, both in the short-term and the long-term. This is especially true for business owners, who need to keep a very close eye on assets, debts and the distribution of the cash the company has on hand. Below are a few areas in which we can help with these complex cases.

-- Real estate contracts. You never want to assume anything about a real estate contract, no matter how straightforward it seems. You must know about every clause in the contract, how said contract can be broken, when it is fully binding and how it impacts the rights of both the buyer and seller.

-- Leases. A lease is a temporary contract, but it's still crucial to know exactly what you're agreeing to when you sign. If you're leasing a property, you may not be the owner, but the contract still gives you significant power over the use of that property. Business owners must know what they are and are not allowed to do under the terms of the lease before they sign. -- Easements. An easement gives one party the right to use another person's property, though only in very specific ways -- such as driving through to reach another property that is blocked from the road. Both the property owner and the person who is granted the easement need to know what rights this gives both parties, who can alter the land, when and how the land can be used even by someone who does not hold the title and much more.

These are just three examples of the areas we can address, but they help to show how many factors need to be considered in each case. If you have any questions, our website contains a lot of pertinent information.

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