Title and Ownership Disputes
Title and ownership disputes arise between two or more parties who claim ownership over a section of real estate. Title disputes occur when there is a disagreement over who owns a specific portion of land. Boundary disputes often occur when property owners do not agree on whether a deed or easement accurately describes boundary lines between properties.
In most cases, property owners will claim that boundary lines may have been altered either by a previous owner, occupants who have adversely possessed the land, or through nuisance and trespassing. Whatever the relationship between those parties, it is important to have counsel who understands how to handle disputes over ownership of titled property.
The real estate attorneys at Lachman King have the experience and the knowledge to get to the core issues surrounding property asset holdings and complications such as partitions, sale in lieu of partition, adverse possession, defect titles, and acquiescence.
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