If you have any role in any sort of real estate litigation in Atlanta, you should reach out to an experienced real estate litigation attorney as soon as possible. They can help you read over long and confusing contracts, settle land and labor disputes and help negotiate zoning and land acquisition disputes. If you’re a developer, builder, private investor, buyer or seller of property getting involved in any kind of real estate litigation, it is important that you have proper representation during your legal proceedings.
Types of Atlanta Real Estate Litigation Cases
Our real estate litigation attorneys represent Atlanta clients in disputes that arise at all stages of the development process. Some of the disputes we handle include:
- Contract and Other Disputes
- Eminent Domain
- Rezoning, Land Use and Government Relations
- Land Title Disputes
In addition, we assist developers, builders and community associations in the creation, administration and interpretation of common ownership and governance structures for commercial, residential and mixed use property.
We can assist in all aspects of creating an association, “green covenants” and age-restricted communities. This expertise extends to condominium creation and administration in Atlanta. We also have experience with all sides of “turning over” control of an association from developer to owner, including the representation of the interests of lenders in possession of portions of distressed developments.
Who We Represent in Atlanta Real Estate Litigation Cases
Our Atlanta real estate litigation attorneys regularly structure transactions ranging from straightforward commercial acquisition loans to complex multi-property credit and equity vehicles. If you are looking to buy, sell or lease property, our skilled attorneys can assist you with drafting, negotiating or reviewing a contract or lease agreement.
The residential and construction real estate litigation department of Andersen, Tate & Carr represents local and national banks and mortgage companies to facilitate efficient closings for the purchase of new and existing homes. We also help refinance existing debt secured by residential property.
In addition, we help homebuilders acquire construction loans and facilitate an efficient closing process when their homes are built and a buyer is ready to make a purchase. We represent both buyers and sellers in drafting and reviewing purchase and sale agreements.
An Example of Our Success in an Atlanta Real Estate Litigation Case
Two of Andersen, Tate & Carr’s most skilled real estate litigation attorneys, Tom Tate and Matt Reeves, recently prevailed in a 2-1/2 day foreclosure trial in the Superior Court of Gwinnett County. This successful trial saved saved the firm’s client, a developer and a builder from a seven-figure deficiency judgment. The case was tried against a large regional bank represented by one of the largest law firms in the world.
Our performance in this foreclosure confirmation proceeding demonstrates versatility in applying our attorneys’ vast real estate litigation experience in a variety of proceedings, such as condemnations, zoning appeals, real estate contract matters, commercial landlord-tenant matters, runoff/property damage cases and other real estate disputes.
Contact Our Experienced Team of Atlanta Real Estate Litigation Attorneys Today
At Andersen, Tate & Carr, our knowledgeable and skilled team of real estate litigation attorneys will use their many years of experience to ensure that your assets are protected during any litigation procedures. Having one of the largest real estate departments of any law firm in Atlanta, our attorneys handle many different and diverse real estate legal matters.
We will work tirelessly to make sure our clients’ cases are thoroughly examined and monitored throughout the legal proceedings. This valuable step ensures that our clients’ interests are defended throughout their real estate litigation process. Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation regarding any legal dispute involving Atlanta real estate.