Zoning and Land Use Litigation
Disputes of any size involving real estate property can have a major impact on the ability of a project to move forward in a timely manner. Real estate disputes are often much more complex than they first appear and require attention to detail outlined in initial agreements and contracts.
All too often, property owners are faced with disagreements regarding the use of their property. Disputes can come from local authorities, a homeowner’s association, or even neighbors.
Real estate business disputes
Many real estate issues revolve around the business of owning property. These issues include such items as:
Local authority and homeowner’s association disputes
Local authorities and even a homeowner’s association may perceive that you have not complied with their property regulations, including these:
- Obtaining building permits for repair or construction on your property
- Zoning requirements governing the allowed uses of your property
- Appropriate maintenance of your property
Both landlords and tenants can have legal disputes, such as these:
- Inability to collect rent from a tenant
- Property damage caused by a tenant
- Excessive tenant noise
- Needed repairs to the unit
- Unnecessary trespassing by the landlord
- Excessive noise from other tenants
Issues commonly arise due to disputes from neighbors adjacent to a property:
What McGarity and Efstration can do
The eminent domain process is complex, and your interests can best be protected by obtaining experienced legal assistance. McGarity and Efstration provides a range of services, including mediation and litigation toward resolving eminent domain disputes. We challenge the government’s right to eminent domain to obtain the fair market value and just compensation for the damage done to our clients’ property, including pre-condemnation damages, goodwill damages, and consequential damages.
Our firm has been involved in two of the largest condemnation cases in the history of Gwinnett and Hall counties, and is ready and able to help you deal with the prospect of condemnation looming over you.
The best time to get help is when you first receive eminent domain notification. Contact McGarity and Efstration today at 877.851.4261 or contact us online.