Some cases include disputes over property ownership, boundary disputes, breach of contract, landlord-tenant disputes, and zoning and land use issues. Property ownership disputes can arise when there is a disagreement over who has legal title to a property. In contrast, boundary disputes can occur when there is a disagreement over the location of property lines. Breach of contract cases can arise when one party fails to fulfill their obligations under a real estate contract. At the same time, landlord-tenant disputes can involve eviction, rent increases, and property maintenance. Zoning and land use issues can arise when there is a disagreement over how a property can be used or developed. These are just a few examples of the common cases that can arise in real estate law, and the specific details of each case can vary widely depending on the circumstances involved

 Real estate law firms typically handle a wide range of cases related to real estate transactions and disputes. Some of the most common types of cases that a real estate law firm may handle include:

  1. Residential and commercial real estate transactions: Real estate law firms can assist clients with buying, selling, leasing, and financing residential and commercial properties.
  1. Title disputes: Real estate law firms can help clients resolve disputes over property ownership, title defects, and liens.
  1. Landlord-tenant disputes: Real estate law firms can assist landlords and tenants with disputes related to lease agreements, evictions, and property maintenance.
  1. Zoning and land use issues: Real estate law firms can help clients navigate zoning and land use regulations, obtain permits and variances, and challenge zoning decisions.
  1. Construction disputes: Real estate law firms can assist clients with disputes related to construction contracts, defects, and delays.
  1. Real estate litigation: Real estate law firms can represent clients in court in various real estate-related disputes, including breach of contract, fraud, and negligence.

These are just a few examples of the common types of cases that a real estate law firm may handle. The specific types of cases that a firm handles can vary depending on their areas of expertise and the needs of their clients.

What we do

Our lawyer’s responsibilities:

Represent clients in court or negotiations, advocate for their interests, and work to resolve disputes amicably.

How we prepare cases:

Mediate with the parties involved and find the best solution for the issue, with an extensive support in a legal framework from our expert lawyers

Importance of Experienced Lawyers:

  • Help navigate the legal process.
  • Protect clients’ interests.

Our team’s skills:

Strong communication skills, analytical ability, and deep knowledge of the law.

Real Estate Litigations in India:

Real estate litigations in India are quite common due to various factors such as complex property laws, lack of proper documentation, and disputes over property ownership. Some of the common types of real estate litigations in India include:
  • Title disputes: These disputes arise when there is a disagreement over the ownership of a property. This can occur due to multiple claimants, unclear title documents, or fraudulent transactions.
  • Land acquisition disputes: Land acquisition by the government for public purposes often leads to disputes with landowners regarding compensation, rehabilitation, and resettlement.
  • Builder-buyer disputes: These disputes arise between property developers and buyers, usually due to delays in project completion, poor construction quality, or deviation from approved plans.
  • Tenant-landlord disputes: Conflicts between tenants and landlords are common in India, particularly over issues such as rent, eviction, and maintenance.
  • Illegal construction and encroachment: Disputes may arise when a property is constructed without proper approvals or encroaches upon another’s land.
  • Partition suits: These disputes occur among family members or co-owners when they seek to divide a jointly-owned property.
  • Mortgage and loan disputes: Disputes may arise between borrowers and lenders over issues such as loan repayment, foreclosure, and interest rates.
To resolve real estate litigations in India, parties can opt for various legal remedies, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or approaching the courts. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) has also been introduced to regulate the real estate sector and provide a speedy dispute resolution mechanism for builder-buyer disputes. It is advisable to consult a legal expert with experience in real estate matters to navigate the complexities of property laws and disputes in India.

Filing a Real Estate Lawsuit:

To file a real estate lawsuit, you will need to follow the legal procedures in your jurisdiction. This typically involves drafting a complaint that outlines the details of your case and filing it with the appropriate court. It’s important to consult a qualified attorney who can help you navigate the legal system and ensure your case is filed correctly. They can also help you gather evidence and prepare your case for trial.

Importance of Experienced Lawyers:

Experienced lawyers can help parties navigate the legal process and protect the interest of the client

Our Goal:

  • Ensure clients seek redress for grievances.
  • Obtain just and equitable outcomes in disputes.

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