Who Is a Paralegal That Handles Realty Dispute Cases?
Paladin LLP Is a Paralegal That Provides Legal Help With Realty Dispute Cases.
Understanding the Various Realty Issues Commonly Leading to Legal Action
When a realty deal goes awry, legal disputes often arise. In some circumstances the seller of a property may be injured and in other situations it is the buyer that suffers harm. Regardless of which side of a troubled realty transaction you are on, Paladin LLP may be able to help.
Commonly occuring realty dispute issues that give rise to litigation involve, among other things:
- The failure to close in broom swept condition;
- The failure to close whereas a buyer abandons the agreement;
- The improper removal of fixtures or certain chattels prior to closing;
- The failure to properly close a pool or perform other maintenance;
- The failure to disclose details regarding a latent defect; and
- The improper concealment of a patent defect.
Failure to Disclose
A very common situation that leads to a dispute arising from a real estate deal involves issues regarding disclosure. A disclosure based dispute typically arises following the closing date, after the buyer takes possession, and when the buyer discovers a patent defect or a latent defect, that was undisclosed during negotiations. Allegations of undisclosed defects often involve a water leak, a pest infestation, a faulty fixture, among other things.
In some circumstances, a realty agent may become the target of litigation due to failure to properly perform the duties of a realty agent. In such a situation, depending upon the specific facts involved, Paladin LLP may be available to assist or may refer the matter to another legal professional.
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The legal issues that arise when a buyer fails to close on a real estate deal are significant whereas the seller is suddenly left in the lurch with carrying...Learn More
An unfortunate and all too common type of legal case involves the allegation of failing to disclose details of an existing latent defect, or the intentional...Learn More